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It’s in my DNA.’ A personal language journey in Łútsël K’é – Cabin Radio

May 3, 2021 This spring, a Dëne Sųłiné Yati revitalization project is starting – headed by a researcher with deep roots in Łútsël K’é. Shawna Yamkovy is conducting her Masters of Arts Global Leadership capstone project on the language spoken in the 314-resident settlement on the East Arm of Great Slave Lake. While pandemic-related delays […]

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Music Monday 2021| Spotlight Celebration

Credit: CoalitionCanada Welcome to Music Monday 2021. This is our Spotlight Celebration, hosted by Céline Peterson and featuring music, greetings, and a special Heritage Minute. This celebration also includes the first Indigenous translation of Oscar Peteron’s “Hymn to Freedom” in Cree, gifted to the Peterson family by Canadian actor, musician, and activist Tomson Highway, performed […]

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Dana Claxton’s ‘Lasso’ layers Lakota aesthetics, hip hop culture and the Wild West – Macleans.ca

May 3, 2021 The Hunkpapa Lakota artist’s subversive and playful work confronts stereotypes of Indigenous people in popular culture Dana Claxton is very pleased with Lasso. As the Hunkpapa Lakota filmmaker and artist describes the pleasure of bringing her artistic vision to life, she points out the hat perched on the head of her subject, […]

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The test of time – Winnipeg Free Press

Pair of WAG exhibitions commemorate, examine city’s foundations Few organizations in the city have been around as long as the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Winnipeg Foundation. So it’s natural when the foundation celebrated its 100th anniversary this year, the gallery would mark the occasion with an exhibition. The Alloways’ Gift is a collection of […]

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MNBC Receives $50,000 Grant for Production of MéTV

Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) is proud to announce receiving a $50,000 grant from the British Columbia Arts Council, to fund the production of a video series aimed at providing education on the culture, language, and heritage of the Métis people in BC.This grant is provided by the B.C. government’s StrongerBC through the BC Arts […]

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Island and Coastal artists, organizations pivot through the pandemic

VICTORIA – On Vancouver Island and the Coast, 60 artists and arts and culture organizations are getting support to adapt to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. “People in the arts have used their ingenuity to find new ways to keep creating despite the pandemic,” said Melanie Mark, Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport. […]

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Brandon University launches Teaching House to share Indigenous knowledge

Brandon University has launched a regular program to gather and share Indigenous knowledge. Called the Teaching House, the program will feature different topics and teachings approximately once a month. “The Teaching House is the vision for a gathering place for the sharing of knowledge and teachings for all nations – created for connection, relationship and […]

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Interior artists, organizations pivot through the pandemic

NELSON – More than 30 artists and arts and culture organizations in the Interior are getting support to adapt to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. “People in the arts have used their ingenuity to find new ways to keep creating despite the pandemic,” said Melanie Mark, Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport. “Artists […]

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SK Government: Submission Deadline Approaching For $300,000 First Nations And Métis Community Partnership Project Grant Program

April 30, 2021 Until May 14, the Government of Saskatchewan is accepting applications for the spring intake of Indigenous community projects that support economic, social and cultural projects lead by Saskatchewan Indigenous organizations.  Administered by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Government Relations, the Program will provide $300,000 to eligible projects in 2021-22. In the coming year, […]

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Art that sparks activism: New exhibitions open at CMHR

Winnipeg – April 29, 2021 – Powerful works of art that have inspired action for human rights around the world are featured in two exhibitions opening tomorrow (April 30) at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR). See video – will open in a new tab See video. Faces of captured Yazidi women, preserved in […]

by ahnationtalk on April 29, 202139 Views

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