Albert Dumont

Mòshkamo Noon Hour Public Programming

12:00 pm

September 2019

  1. Sep 16 2019
    Monday

    12:00pm

  2. Sep 17 2019
    Tuesday

    12:00pm

  3. Sep 18 2019
    Wednesday

    12:00pm

  4. Sep 19 2019
    Thursday
  5. Sep 20 2019
    Friday

    12:00pm

  6. Sep 21 2019
    Saturday
  7. Sep 22 2019
    Sunday
  8. Sep 23 2019
    Monday
  9. Sep 24 2019
    Tuesday

    12:00pm

  10. Sep 25 2019
    Wednesday

    12:00pm

  11. Sep 26 2019
    Thursday

    12:00pm

  12. Sep 27 2019
    Friday

    12:00pm

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Indigenous arts Festival events

Mòshkamo: Indigenous Arts Rising is programmed to celebrate Indigenous performing arts, and what better way to do so, then to offer free noon hour public programming! We are showcasing local Indigenous artistic creators in a diverse array of art forms, including dance, exercise, music and storytelling. Please join us over your lunch hour from Sunday, September 15 to Friday, September 20, as well as Monday, September 23, and Tuesday, September 24 for some FREE family-friendly programming! We will have you clapping along to sweet tunes and smiling with new friends and community members. 

These performances are part of the exciting all-Indigenous programming taking over the NAC’s performance and public spaces September 11-29, 2019. This premiere Indigenous Arts Festival, Mòshkamo, celebrates the inaugural season of NAC’s Indigenous Theatre and the resurgence of Indigenous Arts. Learn more at MoshkamoFestival.ca.

Pilates with Michelle St-Denis

Location: Peter A. Herrndorf Place

Time: Monday September 16, 2019 at 12:00pm-1:00pm

Participants: 10 (free, ticketed)

Small group Pilates class with Michelle St-Denis. Michelle is currently giving one on one private classes for her apprenticeship.

The Tennessee Cree Three

Location: Glass Thorsteinson Staircase

Time: Tuesday September 17, 2019 at 12:00pm-1:00pm

An exciting emotive presentation of Americana Music blended with Cree rhythms and melodies. Kevin Schofield is the Tennessee Cree delivering vocals blending southern rock and roll with celtic and Indigenous colours and textures. The Tennessee Cree Three is made up of Violet Blacksmith on Violin, Kelly Davis (Kheg Vanhellsink) on Bass.

Poetry with Albert Dumont

Location: Glass Thorsteinson Staircase

Time: Wednesday September 18, 2019 at 12:00pm-1:00pm

Learn about what defines poetry writing from the perspective of a First Nations spiritual advisor. Discover where, when and how the land and waters can quickly become your inspiration to create poetry you never thought possible. In the forest and at your healing place, words of poetry are waiting to be retrieved. This presentation will assist you in understanding why poetry is medicine for the spirit and can also be healing for human beings in emotional distress.

Curator Tour of the “Breaking Ground” Exhibitions

Location: Southam Hall Foyers

Time: Friday September 20, 2019 at 12:00pm-1:00pm

A tour of the Breaking Ground: Freda Diesing, Helen Kalvak, Janet Kigusiuq, Rita Letendre, Four exhibitions produced by Carleton University Art Gallery with the curators Krista Ulujuk Zawadski and Danielle Printup.

Niishzhoowe

Location: Glass Thorsteinson Staircase

Time: Tuesday September 24, 2019 at 12:00pm-1:00pm

Niishzhoowe are a duet who shares songs of pride, healing and resurgence of indigenous identity. Gabrielle and Josh infuse acoustic guitar, hand drum with lyrics about identity and personal healing. Join us for an hour of music!

Mura Buai

Location: Glass Thorsteinson Staircase

Time: September 25-27, 12:00pm-1:00pm and 6:30pm-7:30pm

Mura Buai combines the cultures of Turtle Island and Australia’s Torres Strait islands into a thoughtful and engaging new work from Ghenoa Gela, one of Australia’s most promising choreographers.

Full details at: nac-cna.ca/en/event/23176

Approximately 60 minutes long

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  1. Sep 16 2019
    Monday

    12:00pm

  2. Sep 17 2019
    Tuesday

    12:00pm

  3. Sep 18 2019
    Wednesday

    12:00pm

  4. Sep 20 2019
    Friday

    12:00pm

  5. Sep 24 2019
    Tuesday

    12:00pm

  6. Sep 25 2019
    Wednesday

    12:00pm

  7. Sep 26 2019
    Thursday

    12:00pm

  8. Sep 27 2019
    Friday

    12:00pm

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