IIPP-0071

Niriqatiginnga Arts: Understanding Indigenous Intellectual Property and Cultural Expressions for Innovation

This upcoming exhibition showcases the fusion of tradition and modern technology.  Highlighting the significance of Intellectual Property (IP) in preserving Indigenous cultural expressions through digital art and Artificial Intelligence (AI), the exhibit features works generated by DALL-E 3, and explores the future of Indigenous artistry and entrepreneurship.

Our Project

This also involves ongoing and planned activities centered around Indigenous intellectual property and cultural expressions, especially within the context of food sector entrepreneurship and technology-related workshops for Indigenous creators and businesses in the food sector.

ARTISTS AND CREATORS

Our distinguished artists and guest speakers bring a wealth of experience and deep-rooted knowledge. They are more than just speakers; they are mentors and leaders empowering the next generation of Indigenous creators and entrepreneurs.

Niriqatiginnga co-founder and emerging youth artist Tony Eetak.

TONY EETAK

NIRIQATIGINNGA ARTS

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Niriqatiginnga Arts: Understanding Indigenous Intellectual Property and Cultural Expressions for Innovation

This project is funded under the Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Indigenous Intellectual Property Program and the OpenAI Researcher Access Program. The initiative aims to educate and raise awareness about intellectual property (IP) and Indigenous Cultural Expressions (ICEs) among artists, youth, and Elders.

Connecting Community

This program is made possible with funding and support from