Join us May 11 at 6:30PM for the official book launch of “TSI NIYONKWARIHO:TENS – Our Ways Our Responsibilities”. This amazing collection features interviews and photography by students of Brantford Collegiate Institute. Special thank you to the Six Nations Community Development Trust Fund for making this project possible! This event is FREE and open… Read more »
Posts By: Carley Gallant
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Brantford/Six Nations,ON (27 April 2017) – The Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC), a leader in the field of First Nations museum exhibitions, artistic endeavors, research facilities and cultural programming, is delighted to present the 42nd Annual First Nations Art exhibition curated by Gyeho Thomas and Carley Gallant set to open May 27,… Read more »
First Nations Art 2017 is fully underway! Thank you to everyone that submitted pieces. You’ll get to see these pieces and more on May 27th at 7PM at the official opening. This event is free and open to the public. We’d love to see you there! PS – We’re going to have some amazing… Read more »
Join us for a FREE screening of “Colonization Road” at Woodland on April 19 at 7PM! “Colonization Road” was an official selection of the imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival in 2016. We’ll bring the popcorn! Film Synopsis In towns throughout Ontario, there are startling reminders of the colonization of Indigenous territories and the… Read more »
The deadline has been extended for First Nations Art 2017 submissions to APRIL 15 BY 4:00PM! Be sure to get your submissions in to be a part of the longest running annual exhibition in Canada. For more details on how to submit your works, please visit: http://woodlandculturalcentre.ca/call-for-entry-be-a-part-of-first-nations-art-2017/.
NOW IN STOCK – “A Dark Legacy: A Primer on Indian Residential Schools in Canada” by Bud Whiteye. Purchase your copy today for only $20. All proceeds go to support the Save The Evidence campaign.
We still have lots of stock left! All genres are priced to sell from $1.00-$10.00. Stop in and pick up as much as you can carry today. All proceeds support the Save The Evidence campaign.
First Nations Art Exhibition: May 26 – July 28, 2017 The Woodland Cultural Centre is a longstanding Cultural Centre of Excellence that promotes and supports the Visual Arts of Canada. Established in 1975, First Nations Art is one of the longest running annual exhibits that provide established and emerging First Nations artists an… Read more »
Application for the position of Executive Director will close on March 16th at 4:00PM. Thank you to all that applied! Only those applicants who meet the qualifications will be contacted for an interview by March 23, 2017. For more information, or to view the full job posting, please visit: http://woodlandculturalcentre.ca/employment/
Each month the Woodland Cultural Centre hosts a Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School Survivor to discuss their lives and experiences while at the school. Woodland staff lead visitors through a discussion on the history of residential schools, what reconciliation means today, and a Q&A. Admission is only $10 per person, and includes FREE admission to… Read more »