After an exciting day of performances and programming at Mòshkamo, artists and patrons need a place to come together and keep the celebration going! Every weekend during the festival, Club SAW opens its doors and its courtyard to continue celebrating the inaugural season of Indigenous Theatre and the resurgence of Indigenous Arts.
Every year, more than 1,000 artists and musicians perform at Club SAW at key moments of their careers. A flexible space accommodating an audience of 150, Club SAW is a defining feature of SAW and contributes significantly to the character of the centre as a whole. Equipped with a bar and a state-of-the-art sound system, it is used for screenings, concerts, artist talks, festival hubs, panel discussions, conferences, book launches, theatre plays, receptions and workshops.
On September 27 and 28, the afterparty is co-hosted with the Ottawa International Animation Festival. Mòshkamo pass and ticket holders have free admission.
It’s Friday night and the students are out! We’ll be screening films by animation students from Sheridan College, Algonquin College and the Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology. All students are invited to mingle and meet their peers from across the country. Maybe you’ll meet the next legendary animator.
Head upstairs to the Studio where the OIAF is co-hosting the Mòshkamo Indigenous Arts Festival after party. Come and see the two newest films from Taqqut Productions, Giant Bear and What’s My Superpower.
All ages are invited. 19+ ID is required to be served alcohol.