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Artwork by Goyce Kakegamic

1 artwork currently available by Goyce Kakegamic.

About the Artist

(Born 1948, Cree)  First Nations artist, Goyce Kakegamic, brother in law of Norval Morrisseau, was influenced by Cree artist, Carl Ray as well as by Morrisseau.

Kakegamic bsgan painting while a teenager, as did his brother Joshim Kakegamic.  After learning printmaking techniques at the Open Studio in Toronto, Josh Goyce and their brother Henry opened the Triple K Co-operative, a silk screening business in Red Lake, Ontario.  

Employed as a school counselor in Red Lake during the 1970's and 1980's, Goyce  participated in a two person show with his brother Josh at Toronto's Aggregation Gallery in 1974.  Several exhibitions followed, including at the McMichael and the Woodland Cultural/Educational Center in Brantford, Ontario.  Goyce is currently the Deputy Grand Chief of Nishnawbe Aski Nation and lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario.