Talks With A Fox Podcast

Julia Rose Sutherland: A Mi'kmaq Woman's Transformative Journey through Art that Informs and Inspires

September 22, 2020 Andrea True Joy Fox Season 1 Episode 13
Talks With A Fox Podcast
Julia Rose Sutherland: A Mi'kmaq Woman's Transformative Journey through Art that Informs and Inspires
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Talks With A Fox Podcast
Julia Rose Sutherland: A Mi'kmaq Woman's Transformative Journey through Art that Informs and Inspires
Sep 22, 2020 Season 1 Episode 13
Andrea True Joy Fox

Julia Rose Sutherland is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the trauma and social issues associated with her aboriginal roots as a Mi'kmaq woman of the Metepenagiag Nation of Canada. She is addressing the systems of commodification, representation, worth, as well as the identity politics surrounding Indigenous Peoples of North America. With this, she fosters a dialogue regarding the treatment, representation, and voice of these marginalized communities. Often the work emphasizes concepts of loss, absence, alongside adapted Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq Nation traditional materials and techniques. Sutherland desires to regain a sense of identity and push to engage a more mindful conversation around topical subjects such as addiction, mental health, feminism, and aboriginal identity politics. In this conversation, I talk with Julia Rose Sutherland about her art that creates spaces for dialogue that addresses issues affecting Indigenous people, women, and communities. We discuss various works of hers that speak to systemic racism and genocide, and we share stories of resilience, courage and beauty from our Indigenous cultures. Julia's authentic voice and artistic gifts are inspiring and create opportunities for members of society to reflect on their attitudes, actions towards and connections with Indigenous people; past, present, and future.

• To learn more about Julia Rose Sutherland's Art, see the links below:
Website: https://juliarosesutherland.com/
IG: https://www.instagram.com/julia.rose.sutherland/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/JuliaRoseSutherland/

• If this episode made you smile + reflect + relate + reimagine, please share it with your social media circle so that others can enjoy this beautiful story.

• To connect with Talks With A Fox Podcast Community and Online Store visit stop by our Website: https://talkswithafoxpodcast.buzzsprout.com/
IG: https://www.instagram.com/talkswithafoxpodcast/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/talkswithafoxpodcast/ 

Thank you for joining Talks With A Fox Podcast on this colourful journey! We just love connecting with our podcast family and it would mean so much to us if you write us a review and when you leave us a 5-star rating - you support our love for creating meaningful content and providing a safe space for Indigenous voices and communities to share.

Hand to Heart, 

Andrea + Talks With A Fox Podcast Team🦊



Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TalksWithaFoxPodcast)

Show Notes

Julia Rose Sutherland is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the trauma and social issues associated with her aboriginal roots as a Mi'kmaq woman of the Metepenagiag Nation of Canada. She is addressing the systems of commodification, representation, worth, as well as the identity politics surrounding Indigenous Peoples of North America. With this, she fosters a dialogue regarding the treatment, representation, and voice of these marginalized communities. Often the work emphasizes concepts of loss, absence, alongside adapted Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq Nation traditional materials and techniques. Sutherland desires to regain a sense of identity and push to engage a more mindful conversation around topical subjects such as addiction, mental health, feminism, and aboriginal identity politics. In this conversation, I talk with Julia Rose Sutherland about her art that creates spaces for dialogue that addresses issues affecting Indigenous people, women, and communities. We discuss various works of hers that speak to systemic racism and genocide, and we share stories of resilience, courage and beauty from our Indigenous cultures. Julia's authentic voice and artistic gifts are inspiring and create opportunities for members of society to reflect on their attitudes, actions towards and connections with Indigenous people; past, present, and future.

• To learn more about Julia Rose Sutherland's Art, see the links below:
Website: https://juliarosesutherland.com/
IG: https://www.instagram.com/julia.rose.sutherland/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/JuliaRoseSutherland/

• If this episode made you smile + reflect + relate + reimagine, please share it with your social media circle so that others can enjoy this beautiful story.

• To connect with Talks With A Fox Podcast Community and Online Store visit stop by our Website: https://talkswithafoxpodcast.buzzsprout.com/
IG: https://www.instagram.com/talkswithafoxpodcast/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/talkswithafoxpodcast/ 

Thank you for joining Talks With A Fox Podcast on this colourful journey! We just love connecting with our podcast family and it would mean so much to us if you write us a review and when you leave us a 5-star rating - you support our love for creating meaningful content and providing a safe space for Indigenous voices and communities to share.

Hand to Heart, 

Andrea + Talks With A Fox Podcast Team🦊



Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TalksWithaFoxPodcast)