Join us tonight for this months Anishnabe Azejicigan! Our topic will be Activism & Art – A Conversation About Residential Schools with multidisciplinary artist & educator Jay Havens, interdisciplinary media artists Terrance Houle, and artist, art educator & art therapist Megan Kanerahtenha:wi Whyte.
Join us on Tuesday, July 20th, at 7pm EDT for Activism & Art – A Conversation About Residential Schools with multidisciplinary artist & educator Jay Havens, interdisciplinary media artist Terrance Houle and artist, art educator & art therapist Megan Kanerahtenha:wi Whyte. The gathering will be moderated by Algonquin Knowledge Carrier Monique Manatch.
Indigenous Culture & Media Innovation and Knot Project Space are pleased to invite you to Anishnabe Azejicigan, a monthly gathering with Indigenous artists & thinkers.
IndigitalCultures.ca provides resources from Indigenous communities to either show or sell publicly or privately within Indigenous communities only.
Chosen Applicants receive up to $750 cad honorarium. Application Deadline is June 23rd 2021. Looking for applications from British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Yukon, New Brunswick, or Newfoundland and Labrador. Indigenous Culture and Media Innovation (ICMI) is pleased to announce the launch of a community-based project. ICMI has developed a digital cultural repository platform, a place where Indigenous people can safely share, and interact with cultural knowledge, without compromising control or ownership.
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