Woodland Cultural Centre announces new exhibition by artist Anong Migwans Beam from M’Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island

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  (Brantford/Six Nations, ON) – Woodland Cultural Centre is pleased to announce a new exhibition by artist Anong Migwans Beam from the Campbell House Museum with Guest Curator Elka Weinstein. The enriched and inspiring art of Anong Migwan Beam will be on exhibit from March 19th, 2022 – May 21st, 2022.   Anong Migwans Beam… Read more »

INDIGENOUS ART 2021

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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 »

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 »

Mush Hole: Call for Contribution

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Project Description: The Mush Hole Project was an immersive, site-specific art and performance event that took place at the Woodland Cultural Centre (Brantford) September 16, 17 and 18, 2016. This collaborative project aimed to respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action and to preserve, query, and reveal the complex personal,… Read more »

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 »