Settler – Indigenous Collaboration for Cultural (Re)Vitalisation
History & heritage
In collaboration with the Rotary Centre for the Arts and UBC – Okanagan, Kelowna Taiwanese Cultural Society is hosting an academic panel discussion- New Directions: Settler – Indigenous Collaboration for Cultural (Re)Vitalisation on occasion of Kelowna Culture Days – 2019. Multiculturalism is the DNA of Canada; Culture Days is not only a time to celebrate arts and culture, but also a time to review our cultural work in our community. This year, we would like to talk about the Indigenous Cultural (Re)Vitalisation in Kelowna, and we invited the indigenous research experts from Taiwan that has similar colonialism history with Canada to share their experience with us. There will be Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, the team members from Indigenous Historical Justice and Transitional Justice Committee of Taiwan, the representative of City Kelowna, the professor of UBCO and also the local indigenous artist to attend our discussion. Everyone who is interested in this topic is very welcome to join us. It is a free admission event, but there are limited seats in this event, please RSVP through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/academic-seminar-indigenous-collaboration-for-cultural-revitalisation-tickets-68755873669
This event is free.
Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27
1:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Kelowna Taiwanese Cultural Society
Kelowna Taiwanese Cultural Society aims to build a peaceful, harmonious and solidarity community and contribute to Canada's cultural diversity by working with local communities and institutions to promote cultural exchanges between Taiwan and Canada.
This event is part of a hub:
Rotary Centre for the Arts Kelowna, BC
As time continues to tell its story, we, the inhabitants of the unceded and traditional territories of the syilx/Okanagan People are painting a picture with our daily activities. This year we are looking to celebrate our SIGNATURE IN TIME...
421 Cawston Ave
The Mary Irwin Theatre on the 2nd floor of the Rotary Centre for the Arts