Bowers R., (2010) PLACE: Beyond an Indigenous critical analysis of fine art practice, discourse and culture and the contested nature of minority identity in the mainstream – Articulating an Indigenous aesthetic, A public exhibition hosted by Art Gallery Cape Breton University 8 January – 28 February 2010. Essay sponsored and published by Cape Breton University Art Gallery, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Martin, C.A. (Director, Narrator), MacKenzie, S. (Producer), Lill, W. (Commentary). (1994). Mi’kmaq family (Migmaoei otjiosog) [Documentary]. Ottawa: National Film Board of Canada.
CBU/NFBC - NFB 912
Martin, C.A. (Director, Narrator), Martin, Kent (Producer), Pictou-Maloney, D. (Readings) & Baker, A. (Narration Writer). (2002). The spirit of Annie Mae [Documentary]. Canada: National Film Board of Canada.
CBU/NFBC - NFB 1644
Martin, C.A., McTaggart, K. (Directors), Nason, K. (Producer), Cowling B (Script), Paul-Wisman, R. (Narrator) & Tittle, S. (Music). (2007). Kwa'nu'te': Micmac and Maliseet artists [DVD]. Canada: National Film Board of Canada.
CBU/AC - E 99 M6 K93 2007
This documentary film profiles a number of Micmac and Maliseet artists from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, showing their similarities and differences, samples of their work and the sources of their inspiration. It offers a remarkable look at native art and spirituality in Atlantic Canada.
Augustine, S. (2005). Mi'kmaq & Maliseet cultural ancestral material: National collections from the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Gatineau, Quebec: Canadian Museum of Civilization.
DAL/Kill - E 99 M6 C36 2005
SMU – E 99 M6 C36 2005
CBU - E 99 M6 C36 2005
CBU/Government Document Collection - 2FG NM 95-21 140
CBU/ MRC - E 99 M6 C36 2005
MSVU - E 99 M6 C36 2005
SFX - E 99 M6 C36 2005