ATTENTION ARTISTS: FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES! Woodland Cultural Centre is happy to announce we have been approved for funding assistance to continue supporting Indigenous artists! Please click on the following links for more information: EXHIBITION ASSISTANCE The minimum grant is $500; the maximum is $1,500. Woodland Cultural Centre will be accepting applications up until January… Read more »
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WCC Library Closing Temporarily Due to construction on the Mohawk the building, the Woodland Cultural Centre Library will be moving into storage until the building reopens. Staff will be moving to the Museum and will be available by appointment Monday to Friday 9 am to 4 pm. Thank you for your patience during the restoration.
WOODLAND CULTURAL CENTRE MUSEUM EDUCATION FULL-TIME CONTRACT EDUCATION OUTREACH CULTURAL INTERPRETER Summary The Woodland Cultural Centre is seeking a highly motivated individual to assist in the Museum Education department. The role of the Education Outreach Cultural Interpreter will be to provide off site presentations and workshops based on the Haudenosaunee and Ongwehonweh culture…. Read more »
Shelley Niro’s Battle of my Ancestors has arrived at Woodland Cultural Centre! We are happy to announce the arrival of Shelley Niro’s work Battlefields of my Ancestors that will be installed along the driveway leading up to the Mohawk Institute Residential School until Thanksgiving weekend in October 2017. The arrival of 6 images currently… Read more »
We’re Hiring! Outreach Coordinator OUTREACH COORDINATOR Location: Woodland Cultural Centre (184 Mohawk Street, Brantford, ON) Position: Outreach Coordinator Hours: 37.5 hours per week Rate of Pay: $20.00/per hour Start Date: July 24, 2017 End Date: December 22, 2017 with the potential to extend one year subject to the availability of funding. The Woodland Cultural Centre… Read more »
Check out our new Executive Director, Paula Whitlow, in The Two Row Times this week!
Join us on July 4th for a film screening and fundraiser for the Haudenosaunee Nationals women’s lacrosse team. All proceeds support the team competing in the FIL Women’s World Cup from July 12 – 22 in England! Woodland will screen Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation There will be traditional food, lacrosse teachings, and free giveaways!… Read more »
Quinn Smallboy, Featured Artist Quinn Smallboy is an MFA student at the University of Western Ontario (UWO). Born in Moose Factory, ON, he moved to London, ON to complete his BFA, also at UWO. Smallboy’s MFA thesis investigates what it means to be a contemporary, Indigenous artist. Montana Adams Anthony Montana Adams is… Read more »
Quinn Smallboy, Featured Artist My current practice investigates Indigenous art and its relation within Western ideologies. Areas of interest I explore within Indigenous art is where does it fit into the contemporary field of art? My latest work explores common symbols of Indigenous cultures and traditions from the traditional hand drum of the powwow… Read more »