Public Art in Saskatoon: sîpiy mîna kîsik

 

This new work in neon is the creation of Cree artists Joseph Naytowhow, Kenneth T. Williams and lead artist Tony Stallard. It presents the words sîpiy mîna kîsik, meaning river and sky, in syllabics. It is scheduled to be displayed for the next three years, but there is a chance it could become a permanent installation.

Read the whole story from this link at MBC radio: https://www.mbcradio.com/2018/03/cree-art-piece-adorns-saskatoon-city-skyline

 

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