Uncover//Recover would not exist without the ongoing dedication and support of our sponsor, the Province of Ontario, our partner, the Royal Ontario Museum and the faculty, students, and administrative staff at OCAD University.
In particular we thank the funder of the project the Province of Ontario.
We also acknowledge the contribution and support of our partners at the ROM, Sadia Zaman, Managing Director, Dr. Mark Engstrom, Senior Curator and Deputy Director, Collections and Research, Arni Brownstone, Assistant Curator, Anthropology, Tracey Forster, Technician, Anthropology, Doug MacKenzie, Head of IT, Alyssa McLeod, Online Manager, Yoon Kang, Digital Designer & Developer, and Wendy Ng, Manager of Learning, J’net Ayayqwayaksheelth, Indigenous Outreach & Learning Coordinator, Sarah Chu, Digital Learning Specialist, Doe O’Brien-Teengs, Indigenous Knowledge Resource Teacher, Graham Paradis, Indigenous Knowledge Resource Teacher, Krysta Sero, Indigenous Knowledge Resource Teacher, Summer Catt, Kiowa Wind Memorial Indigenous Youth Intern, and Sarah Elliott, Digital Content Producer.
A loud shout out to our colleagues at OCAD University: especially, in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of Interdisciplinary Studies:
Dr. Caroline Langill, Dean; Ryan Rice, Delaney Chair Indigenous Visual Culture Program; Craig Porter, Manager; Amy Jung, Coordinator, Academic Planning; in the Faculty of Design and the Digital Futures program: Dr. Martha Ladly, Graduate Program Director Interdisciplinary Masters in Art, Media & Design, Dr. Patricio Dávila, Associate Professor and Director, Public Visualization Lab, Immony Men, Assistant Professor, Digital Futures, Marcus Gordon, Manager Visual Analytics Lab and many, many others too numerous to name.
We owe a huge debt of gratitude to our talented technical research team: Bernie Leroux, Samuel Strong, Wendy Whaley, and Samaa Ahmed; our project manager Elisha Lim; website musician David DeLeary; and website developer David Shilling and his associates at Maaiingan Productions.
Finally we thank the students, whose vision and creativity are the heart of this project: Michael Crawford, Kaia’tanoron Dumoulin, Megan Feheley, Shawn Johnston, Mariah Meawasige, Ana Morningstar, Karalyn Reuben, and Meagan Van Capelle.
Miigwech, Niá:wen, Kihci miikwec!!
– Bonnie Devine, project lead