About Me

My background

Paul Seesequasis is a Willow Cree writer, cultural activist and journalist. He was a founding editor of the award-winning Aboriginal Voices magazine, the recipient of a Maclean-Hunter journalism award and worked as a program officer at The Canada Council for the Arts. The photobook Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun is forthcoming from Knopf Canada in 2018.

My current writing

Presently, my writing and research is focused on Indigenous photography and narratives from the 1920s thru the 1970s. The writing is inspired by archival photography, by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous photographers and the narratives held within the photographs. 

Indigenous Archival Photo Project Talk

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The travelling exhibition is at Touchstones Nelson until May 27th.

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Paul Seesequasis

220 20th St W, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7M 0W9, Canada

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Indigenous Archival Journeys - Photography Exhibition

Touchstone Gallery


502 Vernon Street

Nelson, BC


info@touchstonesnelson.ca



Feb 24 - May 27, 2018



Opening Reception: Feb 23rd. 7 - 9 PM (with Paul Seesequasis)

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