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Version Française ACC Welcomes New National Coordinator Mylène Guay The directors of the board of the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective are pleased to announce the hiring of Mylène Guay as the new National Coordinator. Mylène Guay is of Abenaki descent. She obtained her Bachelor of History, specializing in Communications, at the University of Québec à Montréal. She has worked in various artistic, cultural, and social organizations for the past ten years.
The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective supports its mandate through sponsorship of an annual conference and other professional networking opportunities, including lectures and exhibitions. Caucuses are the main instrument through which members participate in the direction of the ACC/CCA. Many of the central activities of the ACC/CCA will be determined by the priorities, participation and energy of caucuses.
The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective/ Collectif des commissaires autochtones (ACC/CCA) supports, promotes and advocates on behalf of Aboriginal (Indian, Inuit and Métis) art, artists, curators, and representatives of arts and cultural organizations in Canada and internationally. The ACC/CCA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to informing the public about the role of Aboriginal curators in protecting, fostering and extending Aboriginal arts and culture in North America and around the world, through acquisition, conservation, interpretation and exhibition.
The ACC recognizes the need for networks, including electronic, for the dissemination of program information, opportunities and publications related to our community. The ACC would like to explore the long-term possibility of the incorporation of the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective.
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Permission is granted to electronically copy and to print in hard copy for internal use only. No part of this information may be reproduced, modified, or redistributed in any form or by any means, for any purposes (including sales), without the prior written permission of the President of the Board of the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective.
In April of 2005, the Aboriginal curatorial community came together to establish themselves as the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective / Collectif des commissaires autochtones (ACC/CCA) to develop A Proposal for A Framework for Action that provided long-term strategic support for the Aboriginal curatorial community and the Aboriginal curatorial residents. The ACC/CCA launched this initiative in response to the existing authority of the non-Aboriginal curatorial and academic community within the discipline of Aboriginal arts in Canada.
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