Indigenous Art 2021 – Exhibition Now Open

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  Indigenous Art is Officially Open! Woodland Cultural Centre invites you to the virtual opening of our new exhibition, Indigenous Art 2021, running from September 11 – November 20. Established in 1975, this is one of the longest running multi-media exhibitions that provide artists an opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in a fine art gallery… Read more »

Job Posting: Weekend Custodian

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  Weekend Custodian   SUMMARY Reporting to the Building and Grounds Maintenance, the Weekend Custodian will perform custodial duties on weekends and holidays and some weekdays/evenings as required. The position start date is as soon as possible. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Completes systems and security checks for both buildings on site as well as… Read more »

Save the Evidence August Newsletter Out Now!

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Save the Evidence August Newsletter Released by Woodland Cultural Centre With Project Updates and What’s Coming Up The Save the Evidence campaign is an initiative launched by the Woodland Cultural Centre to raise awareness and support for the restoration of the former Mohawk Institute Residential School building. The vision is to turn the building into… Read more »

Join Woodland Cultural Centre for Our Virtual Indigenous Craft Fair

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Our First Virtual Craft Fair is Happening June 11-13, 2021 This year Six Nations organizations will be hosting, selling, and promoting Indigenous crafts, art, and products during the Virtual Craft Fair. Indigenous Artisans and Crafters will have a whole community of support behind them and will learn critical skills to help them market their businesses… Read more »

Save the Evidence May Newsletter Released by Woodland Cultural Centre with Important Updates on the Project

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Save the Evidence May Newsletter Released by Woodland Cultural Centre with Important Updates on the Project The Save the Evidence campaign is an initiative launched by the Woodland Cultural Centre to raise awareness and support for the restoration of the former Mohawk Institute Residential School building. The vision is to turn the building into an… Read more »

Mohawk Institute Residential School Virtual Tour Now Available Online

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I realized that being in a residential school was a lot worse than I thought because I got to visualize what happened.  – Grade 7 Student  Mohawk Institute Virtual Tour Now Available Online to Support the Save the Evidence Campaign: Save the Evidence is a campaign to raise awareness and support for the restoration of… Read more »

50th Anniversary of the Closure of the Mohawk Institute Residential School

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50th Anniversary of the Closure of the Mohawk Institute Residential School The Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School operated in Brantford, Ontario from 1828 to 1970. It served as a boarding school for First Nations children from Six Nations, as well as other communities throughout Ontario and Quebec. It served as a key tool in the… Read more »

WCC Library Security and Digitization Upgrade Project

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  Posted 12/09/17 The WCC Library has brought its technology forward with the introduction of security gates, a microfilm reader/digitizer, an E-Scan scanner, networked computers and a server thanks to a generous grant from the Six Nations Community Development Trust Fund. The WCC library has been collecting material since 1972.  Much of the material is… Read more »