Dawn Marie Marchand at Câhcacêp Art & Tea House, Edmonton

Only three days left to view Dawn Marie Marchand’s solo exhibition at the Câhcacep Gallery Café, owned and operated in Edmonton by the remarkable Jerry and Jo-Ann Saddleback. câhcacêp means “a little bit of everything” – and in addition to Dawn Marie’s works (available at every size and price point), the gallery also features blankets, jewelry, vintage clothing and footwear. And whether you can treat yourself to a piece of gorgeous original artwork or not, you are always welcome to pihtikwê, api, maskîhkapoy minihkwê! (Come in, sit down, drink some tea!) 

Thanks to Anita Jenkins, too, for sharing this link to Boyle McCauley News – her neighbourhood newsletter – where a piece from Paula Kirman appears with more photos. https://bmcnews.org/story/cahcacep-art-teahouse-opens-in-mccauley?fbclid=IwAR1HfQbhhxMS3yKfXrfTGXqEG7gzzO0ckLvW_VCHriQ-riS-5vXZXt_fE4s

About Arden Ogg

Arden Ogg is Director of the Cree Literacy Network, launched in 2010 with the goal of creating Cree language literacy materials suitable for use by learners of all ages.
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1 Response to Dawn Marie Marchand at Câhcacêp Art & Tea House, Edmonton

  1. pearl cardinal says:

    miyasin n congrats to jerry and joanne for opening an indigenious café in etown n hope to see more of our artists beautiful work ay’hay

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