Museum & Arts Curator

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Join our Team! Museum & Arts Curator Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Museum & Arts Curator assumes the responsibilities for managing, developing, maintaining and overseeing all aspects of the Museum and Art Gallery for the Woodland Cultural Centre. This includes: research and development of exhibitions, overseeing the collections management and acquisitions, publications… Read more »

Indigenous Art 2019

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Established in 1975, Indigenous Art, formally known as First Nations Art, is one of the longest running annual exhibits that provides a space for established and emerging Indigenous artists to exhibit their work in a gallery setting. This open call and juried show brings together artists from across Turtle Island, showcasing traditionally-based and contemporary art form in all visual art… Read more »

Indigenous Art 2019 Opening Reception

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Established in 1975, Indigenous Art, formally known as First Nations Art, is one of the longest running annual exhibits that provides a space for established and emerging Indigenous artists to exhibit their work in a gallery setting. This open call and juried show brings together artists from across Turtle Island, showcasing traditionally-based and contemporary art form in all visual art… Read more »

Marketing Coordinator [Closed]

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Please note this posting is now closed Marketing Coordinator Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Marketing Coordinator assumes the responsibilities for developing and implementing strategies for raising the organizational profile of the centre by managing digital marketing and website updates, and creating event-specific content and plans across all platforms including online, print, video,… Read more »

Lecture Series – Onkwehon:we Matters Archaeology Exhibition

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Lecture Series 7PM: September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology  October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River November 23 – Gary Warrick, Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851 December 20 – Rick Hill, Archaeological Art of the Ogwehonwe Exhibition Description: Indigenous… Read more »

Lecture Series – Onkwehon:we Matters Archaeology Exhibition

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Lecture Series 7PM: September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology  October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River November 23 – Gary Warrick Lecture: Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851 December 20 – Rick Hill: Archaeological Art of the Ogwehonwe Exhibition Description:… Read more »

Lecture Series – Onkwehon:we Matters Archaeology Exhibition

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Lecture Series 7PM: September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology  October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River November 23 – Gary Warrick, Dewar Site December 20 – Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851 Exhibition Description: Indigenous people have called North American… Read more »

Lecture Series – Onkwehon:we Matters Archaeology Exhibition

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Lecture Series 7PM: September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology  October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River November 23 – Gary Warrick, Dewar Site December 20 – Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851 Exhibition Description: Indigenous people have called North American… Read more »

First Nations Art, 2013

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For thirty-eight years the Woodland Cultural Centre has been presenting First Nations Art, this pivotal exhibition has brought artists together from all across Turtle Island featuring new works in many varied mediums.  This year a total of thirty-four artists have submitted for First Nations Art, with a total of sixty works on display until July 26,… Read more »