Indigenous women create augmented reality murals tackling inequalities, showing strength for CalgaryFemale artists from the Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth have created three augmented reality (AR) murals, chosen for specific Calgary locations. It’s part of the Indigenous Women’s Augmented Mural Series, a yearlong project by 20 women from 15 to 30 years old.
Artist call for Black Lives Matter mural submissions; CPS unveils Indigenous art at HQBlack Lives Matter movements is still impacting Calgary and this time, people will see it 25 feet tall and 125 feet wide. The Black Lives Matter Murals Project, an initiative of Pink Flamingo, artist Katie Green and filmmaker Suitakii Black, aspires to promote equality and change.
CTV Calgary – Indigenous girls’ group using augmented reality to raise awareness through artA group of girls from the Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth (USAY) are hoping their augmented reality murals will help drive home their message. USAY is a non-profit organization in Calgary that provides programming and services to Indigenous youth aged 12-29.
Calgary Sun – Calgary-made virtual reality game teaches Blackfoot language, cultureAbout 100 guests test out a new Blackfoot language and storytelling game created by MAMMOTH, a local augmented and virtual reality company. The guests attended the USAYÕs Thunder VR launch party on Monday, June 17. The virtual reality game teaches users Blackfoot language through storytelling.
Alberta Native News – USAY Launches Thunder VR – An Amazing Language Learning Tool
To kick off the 2019 Calgary Indigenous Awareness Week, Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth (USAY) will be launching Thunder VR, an interactive game that teaches the endangered Blackfoot language and traditions to young Indigenous Canadians.