Pictures from the Launch of Amō's Sapotawan
On October 12, 2022, the Six Seasons project celebrated the launch of the second book in the Six Seasons series: Amō's Sapotawan. Here you can see a few visual impressions of the event that brought together project researchers, knowledge keepers, partners, and supporters.
Mavis Reimer, Six Seasons Project Director.
Jan Stewart, Interim Provost and Vice-President, Academic at the University of Winnipeg.
Tracy Whalen, Acting Associate Dean of Arts at the University of Winnipeg.
Grand Chief Garrison Settee, Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak.
Simon Bird, Director of Governance Policy with the Assembly of First Nations (AFN).
Six Seasons storyteller William Dumas, author of Amō's Sapotawan and Rhian Brynjolson, illustrator of Amō's Sapotawan.
Margaret Dumas, Six Seasons Co-Applicant and member of the Curriculum Team read a passage from the book.
Panel discussion (left to right): Roland Bohr, Six Seasons History Team Lead, Doris Wolf, Six Seasons Curriculum Team Lead, Sis Seasons storyteller William Dumas, Rhian Brynjolson, illustrator of Amō's Sapotawan, Warren Cariou, Six Seasons Story Team Co-Team Lead, Scott Hamilton, Six Seasons Archaeology Team Lead.
Annalee Greenberg, editor of Amō's Sapotawan, and Catherine Gerbasi, Six Seasons Advisory Board member and Publisher, Portage & Main Press, HighWater Press
Tom Spence, Knowledge Keeper from South Indian Lake, shares a few reflections on the event.