Planet IndigenUs at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada– in partnership with Brantford, Ontario’s Woodland Cultural Centre – has explored indigenous people’s ancestry and cultures through Indigenous artists.
Planet IndigenUs has successfully:
- raised public awareness
- broken stereotypes
- fostered a cross-cultural dialogue between Canadians
- given prominence to the voices, stories and cultures of Indigenous people that are largely absent from the Canadian narrative
- provided education, outreach, youth projects, commissions, professional development for artists and their communities and internships throughout Ontario and Canada
Thanks to Planet IndigenUs initiative, View Points series, you are invited to the following FREE event.
Aboriginal Women in the Arts: Using Art to Reclaim Traditional Roles
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Studio Theatre, 7-9pm
York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
“We invite you to this special forum that explores issues in contemporary Aboriginal culture. The 2011 series will highlight and celebrate strides that have been made by Aboriginal women in the artistic landscape.”
This wonderful event is a two-hour showcase with the following entertaining features:
- a film screening of Canned Meat by director Terril Calder,
- reading by author Lee Maracle
- musical performance by Cheryl L’Hirondelle
- panel discussion, moderated by journalist Candace Maracle, will follow immediately after the performances
View Points is Harbourfront Centre’s forum series that explores issues in contemporary culture and showcases current culture-makers.
The 2011 View Points series will “highlight and celebrate strides that have been made by Aboriginal women in the artistic landscape.”
Please click here for alternate parking locations and instructions.
235 Queens Quay West,
Canada M5J 2G8
Phone | 416-973-4600
Fax | 416-973-6055
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