Artist Cheryl Ring is working with local students and community groups to remember Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. (Charlene Tebbutt/paNOW Staff) A Prince Albert-based artist is hoping to create understanding and awareness about the number of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada by getting the community involved in a local art project.
Cheryl Ring is working with community members to create 1,200 clay hearts. She’s been spending time with local youth, business and community groups, and Indigenous organizations to make the hearts as part of an art installation she’s working on to remember missing and murdered Indigenous women. “This is going to change the world because some day, one of these kids is going to speak differently, think differently or act differently about this important issue and that’s where the change starts.” Artist Cheryl Ring.
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