AHENAKEW Willard

AHENAKEW Willard

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Born on Sandy Lake Reserve in Saskatchewan about 1944, he lost his father at age 2 years and grew up in a number of foster homes. He was a student at Kinistino High School in Prince Albert Saskatchewan. It was a mark of his dedication that he travelled 50 miles to Prince Albert several times a week. Following graduation he became Staff Artist at CKBI Television for 5 years.

In 1971 he joined the staff of The Saskatchewan Indian, the newspaper of the Federation of Sasklatchewan Indians, where he became layout artist, reporter and photographer as well as cartoonist.

WORK:

CARTOONIST & WRITER:

BOOK GRAPHIC COLLECTION:

Cartoon editorial:

Cartoons of Indian Politics and Indian Humour By Willard Ahenakew. Saskatoon: Willard Ahenakew,

1974.

SOURCE:

Booklet graphic:

“Comments.” Willard Ahenakew. Cartoons of Indian Politics and Indian HumourBy Willard Ahenakew. Saskatoon: Willard Ahenakew, 1974..

“Introduction.” Writ., Don Leitch Cartoons of Indian Politics and Indian HumourBy Willard Ahenakew.

Saskatoon: Willard Ahenakew, 1974.

“Introduction.” Writ., Jim Scarrow, Production Manager CKBI Radio, Prince Albert. Cartoons of Indian

Politics and Indian HumourBy Willard Ahenakew. Saskatoon: Willard Ahenakew, 1974.

GALLERY:

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