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COMPELLING INDIGENOUS DANCE AND THEATRE PRODUCTIONS

COMPELLING INDIGENOUS DANCE AND THEATRE PRODUCTIONS

Scene from dance production, Native Girl Syndrome | Image Source: Marc J. Chalifoux (nativeearth.ca) Storytelling and dance are revered tradition within Indigenous cultures which have evolved to include multidisciplinary performance and theatre. Scanning the landscape of the diverse body of works in pro...
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HAPPY DIA/DAY DE/OF LOS/THE MUERTOS/DEAD!

HAPPY DIA/DAY DE/OF LOS/THE MUERTOS/DEAD!

Dia de los Muertos Art | Image Source: techgnotic.deviantart.com Everyone on this Earth will lose a loved one -at some point in their lifetime. Some people believe that when you die – that’s it – it’s the END. Others believe that Spirit continues on after death. An Aztec belief is that life...
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AND THE WINNERS ARE… imagineNATIVE 2015 AWARDS

AND THE WINNERS ARE… imagineNATIVE 2015 AWARDS

Scene from Sterling Harjo’s Mekko | Image Source: www.tiff.net Indigenous media fans and film professionals gathered at the TIFF Bell lightbox on Saturday, October 17, 2015 to celebrate Indigenous excellence in storytelling at the imagineNATIVE Festival Awards ceremony. Big names like Alanis Oboms...
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INDIGENOUS TWEETS TRENDING DURING ELECTION 2015

INDIGENOUS TWEETS TRENDING DURING ELECTION 2015

Justin Trudeau and Perry Bellegarde after addressing AFN congress | Image source: theguardian.com On October 19th 2015, Indigenous and Canadian voters stepped out in record numbers and elected new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a Liberal majority government, while unseating long-time, now former, Pri...
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THE ELEVEN INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS AT TIFF 2015

THE ELEVEN INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS AT TIFF 2015

Movie still from Spear | Image source: adelaidefilmfestival.org In 2001, Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, by Nunavut director Zacharias Kunuk premiered at Cannes Film Festival with critical acclaim and success, winning the Camera d’or for best first feature. In a recent poll done by TIFF insiders and academ...
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THE INDIGENOUS GROUP OF SEVEN

THE INDIGENOUS GROUP OF SEVEN

Medicine Man In The Shaking Tent by Daphne Odjig | Image Source: McMicheal Canadian Art Collection Jackson Beardy (Cree),  Eddy Cobiness (Ojibway), Alex Janvier (Dene, Saulteaux), Norval Morrisseau (Ojibway), Daphne Odjig (Potawatomi, Odawa), Carl Ray (Cree) and Joseph Sanchez (Pueblo, Spanish, German)....
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