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New exhibit lets audiences walk with the Road Allowance Métis people – Windspeaker.com

In her debut exhibition Apples & Train Tracks, author Arnolda Dufour Bowes has created a multi-sensory art installation that draws the audience into the complex history of the Road Allowance Métis in Saskatchewan. Apples & Train Tracks combines original artwork, photography, film, historical artifacts and narration from Bowes’ award-winning book 20.12m: A Short Story Collection of a Life Lived as a Road Allowance Métis.

Source: New exhibit lets audiences walk with the Road Allowance Métis people – Windspeaker.com

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