The Save the Evidence team has been working hard to create the February E-Newsletter. Inside this edition you will read about important updates regarding our Fall Campaign, Giving Tuesday and some exciting new announcements of foundation supporters like CIBC and TD Bank.
It has been a primary focus of Woodland Cultural Centre staff to keep lines of communication open during these challenging times and email has been an extremely effective way for us to share information about events, fundraisers, and exhibitions. We continue to express our gratitude to all of you who have supported the Centre and especially the Save the Evidence campaign. We hope that all of you will join our E-Newsletter list to continue to stay plugged into the heartbeat of programming at Woodland Cultural Centre.
“We support your vision to raise awareness and transform tragedy into opportunities for cultural growth.” – Barbara and Rae Cross, STE Donor
“May there be healing, affirmation, catharsis, and transformative/restorative learning through this process.My heart is with residential school survivors and their families, those who are remembered, and all who have been affected.Thank you/Miigwech for your work.” – Sarah Tumaliuan, STE Donor
Nya:weh/Thank you to all of you who support the vision of Woodland Cultural Centre and the Save the Evidence Campaign.
Woodland Cultural Centre is excited to announce our partnership with Skateboard Project 2023!The Skateboard Project is an initiative that aims to promote Onkwehón:we artwork, active bodies, and collaboration between cultural centers across multiple Indigenous communities.In its second year, Kahnawà:ke, Kanehsatà:ke, Kenhtè:ke, Ahkwesáhsne and Six Nations came together to create seven skateboards graphics showcasing the range of styles and cultural imagery.Skateboard culture values inclusivity, individuality, creativity, and freedom and blending these with Indigenous traditions has created a project that connects communities through local art and skateboarding.Profits from the skateboard sales go towards compensation for the artist’s work and to help fund events related to June 21st (Go Skate Day/Indigenous Day/First Day of Summer).We hope to see more Indigenous communities being part of the project in the future!Woodland Cultural Centre is thrilled to participate in this fantastic community project. We will feature the seven skateboards from the participating artists in our online gift store and in the Stan Hill Gallery starting Saturday, February 18. Visit our website to support Skateboard Project 2023: woodlandculturalcentre.ca/skateboard-project-2023/... See MoreSee Less