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Call for Applicants in New Brunswick

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From the NBFC and imagineNATIVE Annual Mentorship Program Are you an emerging Indigenous media artist living in New Brunswick? Do you have a great idea Continue Reading →

Art, Health

Cancer through Lauren’s Art

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For 24 year-old, Lauren Sylliboy of Eskasoni, being diagnosed with breast cancer at such a young age was a shock to her and her family. Continue Reading →

Art, Community

Gentle Warrior: Rita Joe Music Project Creates Buzz

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The new song titled ‘Gentle Warrior,’ created by the students and teachers of Allison Bernard Memorial High School (ABMHS) in Eskasoni knew their song was Continue Reading →

Art, Culture

CBU Showcases Historic Residential School Monument Witness Blanket

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The CBU Art Gallery in partnership with Unama’ki College is showcasing British Columbia First Nations artist Carey Newman’s historic monument honouring residential school survivors, The Continue Reading →

Art, Culture

Sipuke’l Gallery opens it’s doors

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Sipuke’l Gallery opened on June 3rd with the Grand Opening on June 21st to coincide with National Aboriginal Day. The Gallery is owned by Acadia Continue Reading →

Art

Six New Exhibitions to be Launched at Winter Art Gala

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Charlottetown – The Confederation Centre Art Gallery will officially launch six new shows on Saturday, March 7 at 7 p.m. These exhibitions vary greatly, ranging Continue Reading →

Art, Youth

Alan Syliboy’s Art Exhibit Visits McConnell Library

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Art, Culture

Part Merry Mi’kmaq, Part Mohawk Swagger

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APTN’s New Tuesday Night Comedy will have you slapping your knee, uncontrollably clapping your hands, or roaring like a Niskamij or Muhsumsol. Being Aboriginal Peoples, Continue Reading →

Art

Thundermaker Launches in Antigonish

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Nova Scotians will be able to follow artist Alan Syliboy’s character, Little Thunder, as he learns about his Mi’kmaq identity. Mr. Syliboy launched his travelling Continue Reading →

Art

Young Ancestors Exhibition at Government House

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An exhibition of artworks created by youth from the First Nations communities of Pabineau, Oromocto, and Metepenagiag, opened September 29th at Government House in Fredericton Continue Reading →

Art

Na Maqamikek Flanders

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Poem follows…

Art

Danika Billie Littlechild appointed Vice-President of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO

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Ottawa – The Canada Council for the Arts is very happy to announce the appointment of Danika Billie Littlechild as Vice-President of the Canadian Commission Continue Reading →