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Last Chance for INDIGENOUS ART 2021. We encourage you to browse the work on our website if you can’t make it in person and support Indigenous Artists by proudly displaying their work. This piece comes alive at you when you look at it. “Spirit Song” by Bridget Melody Read Artist Bios, photographs of their work,… Read more »

Giving Tuesday

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Another one of our support communities stepping up in a big way and we want to give a big Nya:węh! We were overwhelmed by the group effort from Wolf Energy from Wahta. They raised $50,000 for the #savetheevidence campaign! “As the owner of Wolf Energy, I received most of the credit. The truth is, I… Read more »

The Overthrow of the Six Nations Confederacy Council in 1924: A Community Conversation with Rick Monture

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Attend our event on November 24th, 2021: The Overthrow of the Six Nations Confederacy Council in 1924: A Community Conversation with Rick Monture at 1PM Join Dr. Rick Monture as he discusses his research about 1924; following the presentation there will be time for a guided community conversation, participants are welcome to bring stories and… Read more »

UNPLUGGED Artist Bio: Aysanabee

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Have you heard the voice of Aysanabee yet? We’re excited to announce Aysanabee in this year’s UNPLUGGED concert. Originally from Sandy Lake First Nation, now living in Tkaronto (Toronto), Aysanabee has unique guitar style involving string tapping, harmonics and rhythmic percussion all while singing lyrics inspired by love, loss, dreams and lived experience. Read more… Read more »

Job Posting: General Maintenance

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Job Posting: General Maintenance   Job Title:            General Maintenance Posting Period:   November 12 to November 26, 2021 @ 4:30 p.m. Location:            Woodland Cultural Centre Job Status:         Contract till March 31, 2022 Wages:               $15-$17/hour, 40 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm)   Job Purpose: Reporting to… Read more »

Woodland Cultural Centre Remembers Indigenous Veterans

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Woodland Cultural Centre Remembers Indigenous Veterans: Hadri:yohs (Warrior) We, the people of Tyendinaga, Wahta, and Six Nations of the Grand River, are the descendants of warriors.  Warriors were honoured and valued members of our society; instrumental in maintaining the Great Peace and protecting the Confederacy.  In keeping with the traditions of our ancestors the staff… Read more »

Giving Tuesday Announcment:

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The Woodland Cultural Centre and the Save the Evidence campaign have had great success on Giving Tuesday thanks to the generous donors and repeat matching donor for 2021! Did you know over 75 countries and 34.8 billion people participated in Giving Tuesday? This year, Giving Tuesday will be Tuesday November 30th, and Woodland Cultural Centre… Read more »

Job Posting: Development Assistant (Maternity Leave)

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JOB POSTING: Development Assistant (Maternity Leave)   Posting Period:  November 8 – November 22, 2021 @ 4:00p.m. Position:             Development Assistant (Maternity Leave) Location:            Woodland Cultural Centre Job Status:                  Contract until June 6, 2023 Hours of Work:      37.5 Hourly Rate:      $16.50 – $18.00   SUMMARY Under the direction of the Development Coordinator, the Development Assistant is… Read more »

ART: Unplugged Artists Bio

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Celeigh Cardinal “I’ve always connected with artists whose voices resonate; you can feel it in your body.  That is what I’ve always wanted to be.” Discovery is the beauty of music. It reveals itself in layers. Such is the evolution of 2020 JUNO Award winner, Celeigh Cardinal.  Following a time-tested path from singing in church to performing in cover… Read more »

LOGO CONTEST Vote for the Dwadwenaga:dat Language Centre

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LOGO CONTEST Vote for the Dwadwenaga:dat Language Centre offers $300 Prize These are the final four submissions from community members for the new logo for the Dwadwenaga:dat Language Centre. (pronounced Dwad-wen-ah-ga-dot) which roughly translates to “Let’s Interpret” or more specifically “let us all interpret/orally translate between two languages”.  Our team feels this new name is very fitting for… Read more »