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2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Across Canada individuals and institutions are asking what the sesquicentennial means for this country and are examining our understanding of nationhood. This year-long speaker series looks at visual art, design and art institutions in relation to ideas concerning Indigeneity, colonialism, immigration and national identity. Four prominent Canadians — curator Wanda Nanibush, artist Jin-me Yoon, curator Michelle Jacques and cultural historian Michael Prokopow — share their thoughts on these connections and our evolving sense of place.