National Indigenous History Month

Indigenous arts

Detail from “Four Cedar Waxwings” © Christi Belcourt

Celebrate Indigenous arts and culture with us in the month of June and beyond!

Join us online and in-person to honour and engage with Indigenous artists through workshops, performances, discussions, podcasts, videos and more!

“National Indigenous History Month is a time to reflect on and celebrate Indigenous peoples, their cultures and languages. It is also a time to educate ourselves about our shared history, and to find our role in making the future better for all of us.”
Kevin Loring, Artistic Director of Indigenous Theatre

Upcoming events

  1. Music’s an almost alchemical force to Canadian Mi'kmaq fiddler and singer Morgan Toney. In just a short amount of time, Toney’s been able to … read more

  2. A powwow is a gathering to celebrate First Nations culture through dance, songs, food and crafts, and is open to all. This 30-minute high-intensity workout will … read more

  3. Connected by land, transformed by language, Diyet’s songs are natural, genuine, and a reminder to listen to the world around us. Diyet was born in a tent and … read more

  4. A powwow is a gathering to celebrate First Nations culture through dance, songs, food and crafts, and is open to all. This 30-minute high-intensity workout will … read more

  5. This one-night only musical and literary celebration will feature the love and wisdom of Tomson Highway on piano plus a stellar gathering of guests … read more

  6. Aysanabee is an Oji-Cree singer songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist who uses folk, soul, and alt-pop to tell stories about his life, his lived experience, … read more

  7. In Zach (she/her), Tommi, a displaced, adopted trans girl with a chip on one shoulder and a guitar on the other, hops a greyhound bus from Calgary to Vancouver … read more

  8. Buffy Sainte-Marie: Pathfinder features Sainte-Marie’s collection of large-scale digital paintings as well as never-before-seen personal sketches, artifacts … read more

  9. There is no one like Buffy Sainte-Marie. She is an Oscar-winning composer, musician, visual artist, activist, educator. Her body of work has … read more

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