These kinds of experiences and symbols are what will be shared this weekend during the Kanehsatà:ke Traditional Indigenous Tattoo Gathering. Nicholas told CBC Let's Go's Sabrina Marandola that the decision to hold this event came after visiting a tattoo gathering in Tyendinaga, in Ontario. A gathering to connect and healThis will be the first edition of the Kanehsatà:ke Traditional Indigenous Tattoo Gathering. Artists will be in conversation with Indigenous community members, poking intricate designs onto skin throughout the weekend. ( Kanehsatà:ke Traditional Indigenous Tattoo Gathering 2022/Facebook)Co-organizer Stacy Pepin wanted her tattoo to serve as a personal reminder as she heads off to law school this year.
Source: Daily Nation August 06, 2022 08:07 UTC