Wabano Health has expanded their COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic to include Indigenous adults aged 55 and over. Appointments at St-Laurent Complex are available for First Nations, Inuit or Métis folks in that age range. Book your appointment today by calling 613-691-5505. Learn more here.
This weekend, Asinabka Festival has partnered with Gallery 101 to bring you a virtual edition of Unikkaaqtuarniq, which is Inuktitut for “storytelling.” The Stories from the North event is known for projecting films onto screens made of snow, and this year, that tradition continues virtually. However, instead of movies, they will be broadcasting free music performances from Inuit artists on Facebook Live. Indigenous film […]
Adrian Sutherland reminds you to Respect the Gift in his upbeat second solo single following the release of four albums with his band, Midnight Shine. Sutherland says the new tune “is about using our ‘gifts’ for good, and not taking for granted the everyday freedoms and luxuries we have. There’s never been a more important […]
Are you an Indigenous person who is 60 & older and lives in Ottawa? If yes, the Wabano Centre will be offering a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for your age group on Feb 22- 26. To book an appointment, you can call 613-748-0657 ext. 200 or 456. You can find out more information here.
Do you know an Indigenous youth aged 13-25 with an interest in making music? Ila Barker launches season three of AIRSessions this month, which invite youth to Indigenous-led music workshops throughout 2021. AIRSessions is hosted in part by the National Arts Centre, sākihiwē festival, Indigenous Family Centre, Indigenous Music and Music for Life. To kick off […]
Talking Stick Festival is celebrating 20 years in 2021! To make the most of these strange times, they’ve taken the festival to the digital realm. From February 17th to February 27th, you’re invited to learn about and celebrate Indigenous culture through the arts in the Season of Four Fires. Whether you are seeking to learn something […]
Are you an Indigenous person who is 70 & older and lives in Ottawa? If yes, the Wabano Centre will be offering a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for your age group on Feb 18 – 20. To book an appointment, you can call 613-748-0657 ext. 200 or 456. You can find out more information here.
Indigenous hip hop artists are being recognized at a new award show this year. Get ready for The International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Show, which brings together talent from across Turtle Island to honour great music made through nominations, awards and performances from the best in the business. You can have your say in who […]
Update: This show has been postponed with the Stay-at-Home Order in effect. More details to come. Noisemaker has partnered with the National Arts Centre for the virtual Raise Your Voice Concert Series! Raise Your Voice brings an online streamed concert every Thursday night straight to the comfort of your home. Check out the stylings of Indigenous and […]
Are you hoping to read more this year? The National Arts Centre’s Indigenous Theatre and the Ottawa Public Library have partnered up to bring you Our Stories: Indigenous Book Club. Each month from January until June, a book by an Indigenous author will be featured. Readers are invited to join a Facebook event page where discussion questions about […]