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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
ReconciliAction with Lindsey Lickers
Date and time
Ontario Culture Days (Tkaronto)
401 Richmond ST W, Suite 303
Directions: 401 Richmond Street West is located on Richmond Street just east of Spadina Avenue. Richmond Street runs one way going west. The building does not offer parking. There are a number of parking lots nearby, and bike racks at both the front and back entrances of the building. 401 Richmond is a wheelchair-accessible building, with an elevator to each level of the building. There are wheelchair-accessible entranceways at the front entrance just east of Spadina Avenue, and at the north-east corner of the building west of the corner of Richmond and Peter Streets.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
Please contact [email protected] for accommodation requests
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT.
This half-day workshop is designed for arts programmers and managers. Its focus is on capacity and skill building related to Reconciliation, working with Indigenous artists, understanding cultural protocol, and proactively consulting with artists for the creation of safer spaces.
In this half day session, participants will have the opportunity to sit with artist Lindsey Lickers, Mushkiiki Nibi, to deepen their understanding of Indigenous arts, history, traditional storytelling, ceremony, appropriation vs appreciation, allyship, cultural safety & protocol and moving beyond the land acknowledgment into meaningful ‘ReconciliAction’ efforts. The session will be presented in a hybrid approach, infusing western methods with Indigenous methods of learning and ending in a traditional sharing circle.
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Ontario Culture Days
The Ontario Culture Days Festival is an annual celebration of arts, culture and heritage taking place each fall across the province. Each year, we work with organizers of all disciplines to produce this province-wide festival. Organizers host programs throughout Ontario and invite the public to participate for free.