Posted 12/09/17 The WCC Library has brought its technology forward with the introduction of security gates, a microfilm reader/digitizer, an E-Scan scanner, networked computers and a server thanks to a generous grant from the Six Nations Community Development Trust Fund. The WCC library has been collecting material since 1972. Much of the material is… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: October 2016
Posted:12/09/07 The Woodland Cultural Centre, in conjunction with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, is elated and honoured to announce the arrival and exhibition of the 200 year old wool cloth British flag believed to be given to Tecumseh during the War of 1812. This artifact will be featured in the upcoming exhibition… Read more »
Posted: 12/08/29 Did you know that the Woodland Cultural Centre is a third-party recommender for the Ontario Arts Council’s Aboriginal Artists Materials and Supplies Assistance Program. Through this program, Aboriginal artists may apply for $500 grants towards the purchase and delivery of materials and supplies for the creation of their visual art, craft or media… Read more »
Posted: 12/08/29 Its hard to believe that Planet IndigenUS is over, several years of planning and it was done in a matter of days. The wealth of talent from all across Turtle Island and beyond was amazing. It’s near impossible to highlight every event we did this year, but there are a few key moments… Read more »
Posted:12/08/23 This exhibit will expose the Canadian public to the unknown contributions and the very role the Haudenosaunee warriors played in the War of 1812. The contribution by the Haudenosaunee warriors both in the United States and in Canada is an unheard and unacknowledged history that caused great strife within the Six Nations Confederacy. The… Read more »
Posted: 12/08/14 Congratulation to Selina, recent winner of our Museum and Library game. The game involved a hunt for the red ‘Planet IndigenUS’ ribbons througout the museum, the object of the game was to sketch the artefacts and research content based on what one sketched. Thank-you to all those who participated.
Posted: 12/07/26 Kelly Greene is one of the three Six Nations artists contributing to Woodland’s sculptural garden Earthly Connections. Her Haudenosaunee Solar Longhouse (2012) is the fourth rendition of the piece; previous versions of the work have been exhibited as indoor gallery installations, made from recyclable materials. This rendering of Haudenosaunee Solar Longhouse is constructed… Read more »
Posted: 12/06/08 Thank you to everyone that participated in our Smoke Dance Competition! See below for the full list of winners. Golden Age Division Male – 1st Place: Marvin Skye Female – 1st Place: Deanna Skye Adult Division Male 1st Place: Tony Johnson 2nd Place: KC Bomberry 3rd Place: Adam Skye Female 1st Place: Cecelia… Read more »
Posted: 12/03/22 Construction began at the end of February where the Museum is getting a new roof and much needed structural, electrical and mechanical repairs to get our museum back to a respectable standing. The repairs are set to be finished by the end of July 2012 and the staff and visitors will have an… Read more »
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