Woodland Cultural Centre to re-open on Tuesday August 25, 2020 with new safety protocols.

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Woodland Cultural Centre Re-Opening Protocols Welcome back to the Woodland Cultural Centre! We are ecstatic to be able to reopen the doors to our Museum and Art Galleries to the public. New protocols have been implemented to protect all visitors and staff, following the government guidelines (Six Nations-Phase II). NEW SAFETY MEASURES The continued health… Read more »

Quilt of Belonging Documentary Screened Virtually at Woodland Cultural Centre “A Place for All”

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Quilt of Belonging  the Documentary, will be the next online film screening at Woodland Cultural Centre. Do you know the story behind the making of Quilt of Belonging? Our Team is excited to host another virtual event for the community at home. Join us August 16th for a Free Film Screening of “Quilt of Belonging;… 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 »

History of Orange Shirt Day

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The History of Orange Shirt Day Orange Shirt Day happens every year on September 30th. It began as a way to honour all of the Indigenous children that attended residential schools in Canada. It has since become an opportunity to educate and remember the tragedy of residential schools and the cruel circumstances that Indigenous children… Read more »

Corncob Keychain Virtual Workshop Materials Kit

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“Woodland Cultural Centre serves to preserve and promote Indigenous history, art, language and culture. We welcome you to visit and learn with us as we bring the story of the Haudenosaunee people of the Eastern Woodlands to life through innovative exhibitions and programs.”   Even though our facility is closed, our staff is still passionate… Read more »

Indigenous Art 2020 – Call for Artist: Deadline April 17, 2020

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[Attention Artists: All Dates have been postponed for this Exhibition. We are looking at Digital Submission options] Woodland Cultural Centre is pleased to announce the national Call for Entry to the Annual Indigenous Art 2020 Juried Exhibition. Established in 1975, this is one of the longest running multi-disciplinary exhibitions that provide artists an opportunity to… Read more »