Woodland Cultural Centre Annual Report 2021-2022 is now available for download! 2021-2022 was a whirlwind year, please read our Annual Report for more information.
The fiscal year 2021-2022 in many ways felt like the previous year with COVID-19 pandemic restrictions still in place and work from home orders still part of our new working environment. However, none of the team at Woodland Cultural Centre could have predicted what would happen to our site and the attention our site would have internationally.
Woodland continued to program primarily virtually throughout the year, continued to present exhibitions in our galleries to the public and on-line which was so important to be able to support artists during these difficult times. The Language department began the important work of presenting the “Cycle of Ceremonies” workshops and filming “Protecting Our Stories” project in the community. The museum began work on the 2024 exhibition “Six Nations Struggle for Sovereignty, 1924 and Beyond” through the support of the Museums Assistance Program and McMaster University.
In the end, 2021-2022 was a whirlwind year, but it definitely put Woodland Cultural Centre on the map in an international context.
Nya:węh for continuing to support the Woodland Cultural Centre