The Art of Storytelling exists in many different cultural practices. We are hosting multidisciplinary artists who offer a range of artistic processes that we know will inspire creative ideas and form new relationships. Follow us on Facebook to find out more and join us during Mòshkamo: Indigenous Arts Festival.
Indigenous performing artists are developing skills, processes and frameworks rooted in culturally specific ways of working. During Mòshkamo: Indigenous Arts Festival, we are thrilled to offer Masterclasses with Indigenous artists from our season. If you are an actor, dancer or performer interested in learning about Indigenous-centered processes of story creation and performance practices, then these sessions are for you! The intention of the Masterclasses is to offer artists the opportunity to experience other ways of approaching theatre creation and practice! Follow us on Facebook to find out more!
Location: Rossy Pavillion
Following the Grand Entry on Saturday, September 14th, 2019, Indigenous Theatre would like to honour performing arts practitioners whose work impacts and shapes the way we make, see and receive Indigenous Performing Arts across Turtle Island.
We invite you to witness vigorous dialogue and exchanges focusing on themes, experiences and performances emerging from contemporary Indigenous performing arts practices and protocol. This event has been organized to run during Indigenous Theatre at the National Arts Center’s Mòshkamo: Indigenous Arts Festival from September 12-17th 2019.
Pre-registration is now open for Indigenous performing arts professionals. Please complete the form to reserve your space and receive more information as it is available.