If you want to know more about Lorne and his work as an artist, here are a number of news articles and interviews.
Mi’kmaw artist used Killam Library installation to ‘put more light in dark areas’
Global’s Eilish Bonang sits down with Mi’kmaq artist, Lorne Julien, to talk about what inspires his artwork ahead of the unveiling of his latest piece at Ikea Halifax. See complete interview at https://globalnews.ca/video/9704978/lorne-julien-murals
The World Junior Hockey Championship had some First Nations flair thanks to four artists from the Maritimes who were selected to paint hockey sticks for the event. See complete article at...
World Jr. Championships player of the game awards feature art from 4 Wabanaki artists
Indigenous artists paint special hockey sticks to be awarded to world junior players at tournament See complete article at https://q107.com/news/9373316/indigenous-artists-world-juniors-hockey-sticks-lorne-julien/
Sharing the culture: Millbrook's Lorne Julien paints hockey sticks for world junior championship See complete article at...
Lorne creates murals in schools, institutions and public spaces in an effort to create safe spaces that are inclusive, respectful and honour Canada’s Indigenous People.
Mi'kmaq artist Lorne Alexander Julian was commissioned to do a special mural for ISANS, in honour of Mi'kmaq History Month. Information Morning's Reporter Feleshia Chandler went to Julian's workspace in Millbrook, to meet him and find out about his meaningful piece....
A Mi'kmaw artist from Millbrook First Nation recently completed two murals in Cox Institute on Dal's Agricultural Campus in Truro.... Read article at: https://www.dal.ca/news/2022/10/27/on-truro-campus--vibrant-new-murals-serve-as-a-simple-act-of-rec.html
For Mi'kmaq History Month 2022, ISANS commissioned Mi'kmaw artist Lorne Alexander Julien to create murals for our Mumford office with the theme of "Welcome." Read the article at: https://isans.ca/mural_by_lorne_julien_at_isans/
See video and artist profile at: https://staging4.artseen.ca/lorne-julien-healing-journey/
How Mi’kmaw artist Lorne Julien became the Warrior on the Hill