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The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective/Collectif des Conservateurs Autochtone (ACC/CCA) has been officially incorporated on March 14, 2006.

ACC Board

The founding Board members are:

Barry Ace
Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew
Ron Noganosh
Ryan Rice

ACC Nominating Committee

The four founding members at the ACC colloquium appointed the ACC/CCA Nominating Committee on March 19, 2006. The Nominating Committee was composed of one member of the ACC/CCA board executive, one regular member of the board, one organizational member, and one individual member. Their mandate was to propose a slate of five directors for appointment at the first ACC/CCA AGM to be held in the spring of 2007, which will bring the board up to the full complement of nine members

ACC/CCA Board of Directors (2008):

Ryan Rice: Chair
Robert Houle: Co-Chair
Linda Grussani: Secretary
Deborah Pratt: Treasurer
Bonnie Devine: Member
Sonny MacDonald: Member
Cathy Mattes: Member
Heather Igloliorte: Member
Jason Baerg: Member (founding)

ACC Caucuses

Members are also encouraged to begin organizing caucuses around the objects of the corporation and around other issues of importance to the ACC/CCA membership. Caucuses need to be proposed and approved at the AGM. Caucuses are the main instruments through which members participate in the direction of the ACC/CCA. Many of the central activities of the ACC/CCA will be determined by the priorities, participation and energy of caucuses. There is an extensive list of objects of the corporation. The establishment of caucuses by members around these objects will help determine their priority for ACC/CCA action. There are also other Aboriginal curatorial community issues that caucuses will address and that the ACC/CCA will put resources behind

For more information:

ACC/CCA Board and Nominating Committee Information Sheet (PDF)

ACC/CCA Caucuses Information Sheet (PDF)

ACC/CCA Bylaws (PDF)

ACC/CCA Objects (PDF)

 



The ACC Gratefully Acknowledges the support and financial assistance of the Canada Council for the Arts.


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