The Onkwehón:we Festival 2019

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The 2nd annual Onkwehón:we Festival will focus on current Haudenosaunee artistic and cultural practices in both contemporary and traditional forms. The performances and events will be multi-disciplined and be of the highest calibre featuring: dance, music, theatre, visual arts, film, and workshops. The festival will take take place on the grounds of the Woodland Cultural… Read more »

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 »

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 »

First Nations Art Exhibition Opening

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First Nations Art (May 27 – July 28, 2017) Solo Exhibition: Rivers Of Thought (Quinn Smallboy) The Woodland Cultural Centre is a longstanding Cultural Centre of Excellence that promotes and supports the Visual Arts of Canada. Established in 1975, this exhibition is one of the longest running annual exhibits that provide established and emerging First Nations… Read more »

Film Screening: Colonization Road

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Woodland Cultural Centre is proud to present Colonization Road. SYNOPSIS In towns throughout Ontario, there are startling reminders of the colonization of Indigenous territories and the displacement of First Nations people. Anishinaabe comedian and activist Ryan McMahon takes us to his hometown of Fort Frances and down its main drag, which is called Colonization Road…. Read more »

Coffee House

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The Woodland Cultural Centre is pleased to present “Ęgaenagadat: – They Raise their Voices to the Creator” featuring three phenomenal Indigenous women. The evening will feature live music from artists Cheri Maracle, Genevieve Fisher, and IsKwé. Bring a friend and a guitar, doors open at 6:45PM, show starts at 7! To Register for Open Mic:… Read more »