Arts


Daniel David Moses Receives 2015 Ontario Arts Council Aboriginal Arts Award

TORONTO – Playwright, poet and essayist, Daniel David Moses, is the 2015 recipient of the Ontario Arts Council Aboriginal Arts… Read more »

Playwright, poet, and essayist Daniel David Moses is the 2015 recipient of the Ontario Arts Council Aboriginal Arts Award.

7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc. Art Exhibit

The McMichael Canadian Art Collection’s summer exhibition showcases the work of one of the most important early artist alliances in… Read more »

Jackson Beardy, Nanabush Catches the Eagle, 1972, acrylic on board, 81.2 x 101.6 cm. Ermi Tano Collection. © Estate of Jackson Beardy. Photo credit: Don Hall

Young Aboriginal Writers and Artists Celebrated at National Awards Ceremony

TORONTO, ONTARIO –Aboriginal leaders, youth, authors, artists, and members from local communities gathered at the Art Gallery of Ontario on… Read more »

Mary McPherson (age 18) of Thunder Bay, Ontario won the first place junior award for her piece Cross Assimilation.

Coalition Music Creates A New Tempo That’s Keeping Aboriginal Youth In School

by Andre Morrisseau Education has long been the outstanding barrier between Canada’s Aboriginal peoples and their equitable place at the table… Read more »

From L to R: Taylor May, Shayne May, Ashley Buchholtz of U.S.S. and Kira Assiniwe working on "Drowning" in the Coalition Music Studios.

APTN Hosts 2015 Aboriginal Day Celebrations In Edmonton and Winnipeg

Each year, APTN travels to a new city to celebrate National Aboriginal Day with the residents of the region and… Read more »

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ONEHEART Canada: Come and Share Your Love

ONEHEART Canada, a not-for-profit advocacy group, is working their way though Canada spreading a positive message about the well-being of… Read more »

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Book Review: _The Outside Circle_

The Outside Circle is a graphic novel written by Patti LaBoucane-Benson, with art by Kelly Mellings. In this important work,… Read more »

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2015 Indspire Awards Celebrate in Calgary

Culturally, the indigenous community encourages progression through taking the time to honour those who have taken the initiative to build… Read more »

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Tin Tin Comic Removed From Winnipeg Librairies

Tin Tin in America, a comic in book form, is part of a series written by Helge in the 1930′s… Read more »

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CCAB Announces 2015 Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame Inductee and National Youth Aboriginal Entrepreneur Award Recipient

Toronto, ON – The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and ESS Support Services Worldwide (a member of Compass Group… Read more »

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