February 27th, 2017 Valhalla Inn, Thunder Bay, ON Engage 2017! Digital Media Summit is a digital marketing conference bringing together industry professionals to share their experience and expertise in using digital marketing tools to effectively manage and engage with your online audience. Through captivating keynotes and presentations, up close and personal learning experiences, and a host of exciting networking opportunities, it’s your chance to get ENGAGED!  Join international and local […]

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Unapologetic:  Acts of Survivance Curator:  Rhéanne Chartrand McMaster Museum of Art January 12 – March 25, 2017 A new exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art presents significant works of art from the 1980s by eleven, foundational contemporary Indigenous artists—Carl Beam, Bob Boyer, Robert Houle, Gerald McMaster, Shelley Niro, Ron Noganosh, Jane Ash Poitras, Edward Poitras, Pierre Sioui, Jeff Thomas and Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun—and acknowledges their critical role in paving […]

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Brief: The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective in partnership with the Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance, National Indigenous Media Arts Coalition, Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council will hold a regional round table and information session as part of their “This Land, Ontario” project. With presentations by Cole Alvis, Niki Little and ACC-CCA Executive Director, Clayton Windatt including a community forum to explore our collective futures. Club SAW, 67 […]

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  Native Women in the Arts is pleased to announce the Ka’nikonhrí:yo Gatherings: A new series starting with a hand drum making workshop on March 5, 2017.   The Ka’nikonhrí:yo Gatherings will connect cultural leaders to the Indigenous community in Toronto and will strengthen, empower, and support our community members through monthly lectures, discussions, and workshops. As an Indigenous arts and cultural organization, we are dedicated to supporting our community by […]

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Move past material limitations! 2017 includes my first major solo exhibition in Toronto at The Power Plant and an ambitious day of panels for Crossroads: Art + Native Feminisms at The Museum of Arts and Design. These are some of the highlights both near and far. For more information visit my regularly updated website for recent and upcoming event postings! The One Who Keeps On Giving January 28-14 May 2017 CURATOR: CAROLIN KÖCHLING The Power Plant 231 Queens Quay […]

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