Bruno Canadien graduated from the Alberta College of Art’s Painting Department in 1993. His work is primarily focused on addressing issues surrounding the intersection of First Nation/Tribal sovereignty, resource exploitation and environmental concerns.
Bruno's work has been included recently in Culture Shift - 3rd Native Biennial hosted by Art Mur in Montreal (2016), INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (2018), and Nests for the End of the World at the Alberta Gallery of Art (2020). His work may be found in public and private collections, including the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Glenbow Museum, Indigenous Arts Centre, Nickle Galleries, and Red Deer Museum.
Bruno Canadien is a member of the Deh Gah Got’ie Koe First Nation, a Deh Cho Region member of the Dene Nation. Currently, Bruno lives and works in the Calgary area, and enjoys spending much of his time outdoors in the traditional territories of the Blackfoot and Nakoda nations.
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