Celebrate National Indigenous History Month with the NAC
Learn, share, and amplify Indigenous voices, histories, and traditions
May 29, 2023 – OTTAWA (Canada) – Join us for National Indigenous History Month throughout June, as we present a captivating series of events, workshops, and discussions and deepen our understanding and appreciation of Indigenous cultures.
The NAC offers something for everyone, from opportunities to engage with Indigenous leaders to immersive experiences in traditional arts, storytelling, and music. Free events include the Jukebox Lunchtime Concerts series and Powwow Life-Drawing events; new stories from Montreal in Indigenous Cities; performance videos from music, dance and theatre; the Summer Indigenous Art Market, and more!
Let's come together, learn, celebrate, and embrace the diverse tapestry of Indigenous history and traditions.
For more information: https://nac-cna.ca/en/series/national-indigenous-history-month
THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS
Indigenous Theatre at Canada’s National Arts Centre is made possible through the support of many generous individuals and organizations from across the country. The National Arts Centre Foundation wishes to acknowledge the leadership support of The Slaight Family Foundation, an Anonymous Donor and the Kenneth & Margaret Torrance Endowment for Indigenous Theatre. Thank you to Season Sponsor BMO Financial Group, Hotel Partner The Embassy Hotel and Suites, and #ReconcileThis Presenting Partner Meta. We also express our sincere gratitude to the Government of Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts for their longstanding support of the NAC and the arts in Canada.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE
The National Arts Centre is Canada’s bilingual, multi-disciplinary home for the performing arts. The NAC presents, creates, produces, and co-produces performing arts programming in various streams — the NAC Orchestra, Dance, English Theatre in collaboration with Black Theatre Workshop, French Theatre, Indigenous Theatre, and Popular Music and Variety — and nurtures the next generation of audiences and artists from across Canada. The NAC is located in the National Capital Region on the unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT
Communications Strategist, Indigenous Theatre
National Arts Centre