Agnes ReImagined Project

The Project

At the heart of the Agnes ReImagined project lies an unwavering passion to connect with the land and honor Indigenous space. Guided by the visionary minds of the Creative Team, composed by KPMB Architects, RIEL Cultural Consulting and the Agnes, this transformative endeavor seeks to create holistic, inclusive spaces that go beyond conventional boundaries. With every step, it strives to weave a tapestry of experience spaces that embrace accessibility and disability, ensuring that every individual can engage and thrive.

The Agnes ReImagined project is not just about constructing physical structures; it is about crafting a home environment where people feel a profound sense of belonging.

It aspires to foster a space that is not only comfortable and safe but also ignites a deep connection with the surrounding natural world. By seamlessly blending colonial and modern elements, this project becomes a meeting point where diverse cultures intersect and coexist harmoniously.

Indigenous Ways of Knowing are at the core of the Agnes ReImagined project. It seeks to honor and amplify the traditional wisdom and knowledge systems that have been passed down through generations. Through a keen lens of equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), representation is intentionally woven into every thread of this endeavor. Furthermore, the project recognizes the importance incorporating western and traditional academic research intersectionalities

In the Agnes ReImagined project, RIEL Cultural Consulting envisions a space that transcends physical boundaries, becoming a beacon of hope, understanding, and cultural resurgence. It is a testament to the transformative power of collaboration, as diverse communities come together to reimagine a world where everyone can thrive, guided by the principles of inclusivity, accessibility, and the inherent beauty of Indigenous Ways of Knowing.

Agnes Reimagined-Phase 2: Third Sharing Circle. 

Saturday, December 2nd. 1:00-3:00 pm. ONLINE and IN PERSON

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Third Sharing Circle


Art Everywhere! Makers Spaces, Studios and Residencies and returning Etherington House back into a “Home.”