November 2020 update on live performances and events at the NAC.

Finding the Ojibwe Horse

with Ken MacDonald & Rhonda Snow
Any grade Indigenous arts Music Workshops Visual Arts Storytelling

What does a classically-trained orchestral french horn player have in common with a Métis visual artist?

In the case of Ken MacDonald and Rhonda Snow, both are caretakers of Ojibwe Horses, Canada’s only Indigenous-developed horse breed. Ken and Rhonda combine their music and painting to share the stories and knowledge about the “Small Horses of the Big Woods”.

Objectives: Music, Social Studies, Indigenous Studies

Workshop can be tailored to accommodate any grade level.

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