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ULLUS Artists

ULLUS Artists are professional artists who identify themselves as Aboriginal (status, non-status, metis and Inuit). Ullus artists are youth, emergent, mid career and established artists who practice their craft, create or have a body of works and have a passion for their work, the industry and are always looking for ways to share, improve, involve or expand their discipline, learning or medium.

Become an Ullus Collective Artist to fully access Ullus resources, projects, programs, and activities. We seek all interested youth, emergent, mid career and senior level professional Indigenous artists from all disciplines including: Visual, Media, New Media, Literary, Music, Performance & Traditional Art and even curriculum development.

If you are an En'owkin Centre graduate of the National Aboriginal Professional Artist Training program, Foundation in Fine Arts and want to be listed in the ULLUS Indigenous Artist database, please contact Artistic Director at ulluscollective[at]gmail.com

 

How do I become an ULLUS Artist?

1. Attend and complete the En'owkin Centre National Aboriginal Professional Training program at En'owkin Centre and you are automatically qualified;

(Check out the EN'OWKIN CENTRE website or the NATIONAL ABORIGINAL PROFESSIONAL ARTIST TRAINING program.)

2. Download our ULLUS ARTIST APPLICATION FORM, fill it out and return it with your application fee to ulluscollective[at]gmail.com

DOWNLOAD ULLUS ARTIST APPLICATION FORM here