NIN

EXHIBIT

NIN is a nomadic exhibition designed to make the worldview inherent in Anicinabemowin – the Anicinabe language – tangible. NIN aims to inspire interest and pride in the Anicinabek people’s identity and ancestral heritage.

Upcoming stops of the exhibition:

Rapid Lake from October 3 to 5 ;

Kitigan Zibi from October 18 to 20 ;

Val-d’Or from November 14 to 18.

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NIN

EXHIBIT

NIN is a nomadic exhibition designed to make the worldview inherent in Anicinabemowin – the Anicinabe language – tangible. NIN aims to inspire interest and pride in the Anicinabek people’s identity and ancestral heritage.

Upcoming stops of the exhibition:

Rapid Lake from October 3 to 5 ;

Kitigan Zibi from October 18 to 20 ;

Val-d’Or from November 14 to 18.

Learn more

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ANICINABE HERITAGE – INVENTORY

kikipi nikitimakonan omidinetcikinawa kimocominanik. wekonen kaki wapitamowatc. Wekokeni kaki noswabitamowatc.

Kika kinowamakonan kitci anicinapeyek. ke ojikabwikitamin kitci anicinape madiziin.

Atisokanan, otiminwakin, kakina kekona kaki ocitamowatc.kiki nikitimakomin kitci apictomik.

What we have left from our ancestors, every little thing they left behind or gave to us, is a witness to our thousand-year-old culture. Our heritage teaches us the ways of the Ancestors, reveals to us their imagination, their creativity and their ingenuity in facing difficulties.

These are their stories, our stories. The objects they made with their hands and the names they gave to the landscape features are our heritage. We must protect this heritage because it is the memory of our culture and history that we wish to pass on to future generations.

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Ni wejinanak acitc ka nigimowatc ka nimiwatc nogom mikinana kanige anicinabe teweganan acitc kitic anicinabek ka tibadjimowatc owe ka apitenidagok kid anicinabe ijitawinan.

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