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WORKSHOPS AND PERFORMANCES IN PIKWAKANAGAN AND TORONTO WITH PURA FE AND ROSARY SPENCE

WORKSHOPS AND PERFORMANCES IN PIKWAKANAGAN AND TORONTO WITH PURA FE AND ROSARY SPENCE

The new year has begun and we’re thrilled to have a number of exciting events coming up! See below for the launch of OUR FIRST TEESPRING CAMPAIGN, and first:

Our CATALYST SERIES continues with renowned artist PURA FÉ and emerging artist ROSARY SPENCE. We are presenting two intimate performances and three workshops in singing and drumming with both artists in Toronto and Pikwàkanagàn First Nation as follows:

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20TH, 96 Chibekana Inamo Pikwakanagan, ON
11am-2pm: workshop on drumming and singing, free!
8pm: performance, pay what you can.
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MONDAY FEBRUARY 22ND @ First Nations House, University of Toronto
Borden Building North, 3rd Floor, 563 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON
6pm: workshop on drumming and singing
Free! But please register to attend: christa@nwia.ca

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24TH @ Native Women’s Resource Centre
191 Gerrard Street E, Toronto, ON
Free! Please register to attend: volunteer@nwrct.ca
2:00 – 5:00 pm: workshop on drumming and singing with Pura Fe and
Rosary Spence
5:00 – 6:00 pm – Dinner (NWRCT will provide the dinner)
6:00 – 7:30 pm – NWRCT Drum Circle
7:30 – 7:45 pm – Closing Prayer

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26TH @ The Music Gallery
197 John Street, Toronto, ON
Doors: 7pm | Concert: 8pm
The Music Gallery, 197 John St.
Tickets: $20 Regular | $15 Members | $10 Students, Seniors, Youth | $17
Advance at musicgallery.org

Second, we’ve launched our first ever teespring! You can now order a fabulous t-shirt featuring our new, quillwork inspired NWIA symbol. All proceeds from this teespring go towards supporting The Barbara Laronde Award. And, by the way, we’ll be announcing the call for applications for the second annual award next month!

You can also donate to the award directly on our website.

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