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  • Kaha:wi Dance Theatre sets world premiere of Blood Tides

    Kaha:wi Dance Theatre sets world premiere of Blood Tides0

    CATHARINES — The world premiere of the highly anticipated performance Blood Tides will be reaching the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre (FOPAC) in the Robertson Theatre this week from May 3 – 5. The performance was conceived by Santee Smith and was overseen by many cultural collaborators and cultural advisors from Canada, the United States and New

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  • Preview of Onkwehon:we Festival shines in Brantford

    Preview of Onkwehon:we Festival shines in Brantford0

    BRANTFORD — For one great evening, both the Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC) and Club NV hosted local talents for audiences on Friday, April 27. The WCC Artistic Director Naomi Johnson explained that the evening at the WCC was organized by Artistic Associate Gyeho Thomas to help draw attention to an upcoming festival. “It was a

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  • Talking Earth Pottery hosts Recovering the Female Altar

    Talking Earth Pottery hosts Recovering the Female Altar0

    SIX NATIONS — Nearly in unison with the world premiere of Blood Tides, the collaborative work of Santee Smith and Ngahuia Murphy came forth again this past weekend through a workshop dedicated to indigenous women of all walks of life held at the Talking Earth Pottery Studio. The workshop, Recovering the Female Altar: Menstruation, the

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  • Art stolen from Woodland Cultural Centre

    Art stolen from Woodland Cultural Centre0

    BRANTFORD —The Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC) announced that the outdoor installation Les Demoiselles d’Arigonon, which attracted Kent Monkman fans and art fans alike, was vandalized and stolen from at the beginning of this month. Staff noticed the outdoor art piece — which is housed in a Cadillac with five stylized and painted wooden figures inside

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  • Teaching new hands old tricks through the Artisan Series

    Teaching new hands old tricks through the Artisan Series0

    SIX NATIONS — The second instalment of the Continuing Education Artisan Series at Six Nations Polytechnic began on Saturday, April 14, showcasing two classes for eager participants; one for ribbon skirts and the other for raised beadwork strawberry medallions. The series will be continuing until June and is a collection of non-accredited workshops focused on

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  • Clint Eastwood told ‘Indian Horse’ director: ‘People need to see this movie’

    Clint Eastwood told ‘Indian Horse’ director: ‘People need to see this movie’0

    TORONTO — When Canadian director Stephen S. Campanelli showed his new film “Indian Horse” to his mentor, Clint Eastwood, the four-time Oscar winner was in disbelief. In theatres Friday, the drama is based on late Canadian author Richard Wagamese’s acclaimed novel, about an Ojibwe residential school survivor who faces racism and systemic barriers as he

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