Salmon Girl explores the world of water and salmon. Through [...]
The Onkwehón:we (The Original People’s) Festival will focus on current [...]
Join us for an evening of live music! The evening [...]
On Sunday, September 29th we welcome Residential School Survivors, their families, our surrounding communities, friends, neighbours; and the public at-large for a day of workshops and presentations. The event will culminate in a healing walk from the steps of the former Mohawk Institute to the end of the lane way before returning to the centre for the final roster of workshops and the keynote address
This popular annual event showcases the very best in Indigenous [...]
A 3 Day Virtual Online Event spotlighting Indigenous Artists. See [...]
Unplugged is a socially distanced concert as part of the Tehonkieron:nions (They are Entertaining) performing art series. This acoustic concert is highlighting the female voices of singer/songwriters: Lacey Hill (Six Nations), Biine Elijah (Oneida), Ila Barker (Manitoba) and Beatrice Deer (Quebec). Due to travel restrictions the performances of Beatrice Deer and Ila Barker will be screened instead of in-person performances.
Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC) is excited to announce the upcoming virtual film screening of the musical documentary “The Road Forward” on February 21, 2021 at 7PM. This event is part of the Teioia’ks iakwatero:roks “We Watch Movies” Film Series. Join us together with Patricia Deadman, Curator (WCC) for a viewing of film followed by a question and answer period.
Unplugged is a virtual concert as part of the Tehonkieron:nions (They are Entertaining) performing art series. This acoustic concert is highlighting the Indigenous singer-songwriters voices of Celeigh Cardinal (Alberta), Don Amero (Winnipeg), Semiah Smith (Six Nations) and Aysanabee (Toronto). Due to COVID-19 restrictions the performances will be screened virtually.
Join us February 25-26th for Ędwadǫtga:dǫh (We Will Have Fun), [...]