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Treaty 7 Art Show
Tatsikiisaapo'p Middle School
By Mike Bruised Head, TMS Principal
Kayson White Feathers from Tatsikiisaapo'p Middle School won the Contemporary Art category in the grades 7 to 8 division. He was also awarded the over all Grand Champion in the contemperary art category for all grades (4 to 12) and also won the Southern Alberta Art Gallery Award for his collection of art pieces.
I am proud of the students from Tatsikiisaapo'p who entered the first ever Treaty Seven Art Fair. I want to thank Ms. Lisa Wadsworth who put in a lot of work for the grade six division, Mrs. Olivia Tail feathers who worked with the grade seven and eight students, and R. J. Heavy Shields who was the art advisor for Kayson White Feathers. A big thank you for all of the TMS staff in making the art fair a success. This was the first ever art fair in Treaty Seven and the first for TMS. A huge thank you goes out to the judges who were from our community and from southern Alberta. Tatsikiisaapo'p would like to thank Pikanii, Eden Valley, Morley, Saipoyi, Aahsaopi and Kainai High School art teachers and students for participating.
Tatsikiisaapo'p Middle School will be submitting a bid to co-host with Kainai High School next year's Second Annual Treaty Seven Art Fair. The bid will be presented in Calgary at the May 31, 2012 Treaty Seven Principal's Meeting. Comments from visitors and teachers was that we are sitting on a huge gold mine of art tallent that has never been show cased or promoted. Based on the art entries many of the students have art talent that should get them into Fine Arts Schools or post secondary programs. The students just need support to make their art dreams a reality. In closing, we want to thank the visitors from the Blood Tribe, Lethbridge, Leavitt and Milk River who attended the show and who purchased some of the student art work.
Masks made by Caylin Smith from Tatsikiisaapo'p Middle School. She won 1st in the contemperary art category for grades 4 -6.