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Winter Round Dance brightens spirits and warms the soul – Anishinabek News

NORTH BAY— It was a full room of happy people at The Indigenous Physical Wellness Program Round Dance held at Canadore College on a snowy night. During the Round Dance, the many singers surrounded the large table while dancers moved in an outer circle around them. Toddlers and young children played and chased each other. […]

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 20202 Views

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Design revealed for Ottawa Public Library – Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility

From: Library and Archives Canada Ottawa – At an event today, Mayor Jim Watson, the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities and MP for Ottawa Centre, and Councillor Tim Tierney, Chair of the Ottawa Public Library Board revealed the proposed architectural design for the Ottawa […]

by ahnationtalk on January 23, 20209 Views

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LGBTQ2+ National Monument: Site Selection

Today, the National Capital Commission’s (NCC) Board of Directors approved a site for the proposed LGBTQ2+ National Monument, located on the north-east side of the intersection of Wellington Street and the Portage Bridge, near Library and Archives Canada headquarters and the Ottawa River. Owned by the NCC, this site was selected because of its proximity […]

by ahnationtalk on January 23, 20204 Views

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Indigenous experiences, Cold War relics and other reasons to love Ottawa – Canada.com

January 22, 2020 The stage is a frenzy of menacing polar bears and howling sled dogs, treacherous icebergs and otherworldly northern lights, commanding throat singers and a soulful kayaking guitarist. Inuit myths and stories tumble out of the performers, mostly in Inuktitut with a smattering of English. To begin to know the Canadian Arctic, and […]

by ahnationtalk on January 22, 20205 Views

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Indigenous performance artists encouraged to apply for upcoming fringe festival at Trent University – Anishinabek News

PETERBOROUGH — The Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival’s week-long celebration of Indigenous performance art will include eight indoor and outdoor performances from June 21-28 at Trent University in Peterborough. “For the audience, it’s a chance to see a big range of theatre that wouldn’t normally necessarily come to their town or community all at the same […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 20206 Views

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“There Are No Fakes” reveals a dark tale of Indigenous art fraud – SaultOnline.com

January 16, 2020 TVO Original “There Are No Fakes” reveals a dark tale of Indigenous art fraud and the legacy of a Canadian artistic icon On February 1, TVO presents the world broadcast premiere of TVO Original There Are No Fakes. The feature documentary from filmmaker Jamie Kastner dives into the shadowy world of art […]

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Canada Goose Launches Bespoke Project Atigi Collection Featuring 18 Inuit Designers

TORONTO, Jan. 17, 2020 – Canada Goose (NYSE: GOOS) (TSX: GOOS) today launched its latest collection for Project Atigi, a social entrepreneurship program featuring hand-crafted parkas by Inuit designers from Inuit Nunangat in Northern Canada. Established in 2019, Project Atigi celebrates the expertise and the rich heritage of craftsmanship that has enabled Inuit to live […]

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Resurgence of Cree language one person at a time – Cochrane Times Post

January 16, 2020 Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever but Gisele Rickard is dedicated to preventing that from happening to the Cree language. As someone who went through the residential school system, Rickard knows first hand what it is like to lose the ability to read and write in her birth language. As a teen […]

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Shifting audience tastes are dictating the future of art in Ottawa – Ottawa Citizen

January 16, 2020 Alexandra Suda took over the top job at the National Gallery of Canada last year in time to see two major exhibitions challenge the notion of a blockbuster show. Gallery staff expected the year’s big attraction would be the summer exhibition of portraits by the famed post-Impressionist French master Paul Gauguin, the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 20206 Views

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A Look at Indigenous Arts: Neechee Studio – The Argus.ca

Getting Indigenous youth involved in the local art community In a city plagued with socio-political discrimination, it is crucial to recognize the efforts of community members to create healthy spaces. Neechee Studio has become a well-known example of this in Thunder Bay, providing free art workshops to Indigenous youth. Starting in 2013, the ever-growing collective […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 202010 Views

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