Anchored Podcast Ep. 111: Roy Henry Vickers on Art, Culture and Humanity

Roy Henry Vickers On Art, Culture And Humanity
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Roy Henry Vickers is a Grammy Award-nominated, Canadian First Nations artist. Roy is one of Canada’s most revered artists—his work can be found in the Vancouver Airport and galleries around the world.

In this episode of Anchored, Roy and April discuss culture and history, and the story of how he got to where he is today. We take a deeper look at our connection with nature, reflect on a dark part of Canada’s history, and explore the desire to be our best selves.

Buy Roy’s Books: Storyteller: The Art of Roy Henry VickersRaven Brings the Light (Northwest Coast Legends)
Length: 01:11:56

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