FTA features works both on and offline showcasing many local artists alongside international ones
Multimedia art show brings the artists of the North to the people of the South. Interview with creator, José Babin, here.
Film, performances, and an art exhibition are on order for Inuit art festival.
Annual festival features music, film, storytelling, and art by First Nations from around Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and the world.
Part III of our exploration of Quebec’s aboriginal communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec History.
Part II of a presentation on Quebec’s First Nations and Inuit communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec history.
On our journey through Quebec history, we take a look at Quebec’s eleven aboriginal groups.
One-woman production at the Mainline about breaking generational patterns evokes the ambiance and mood of the Canadian north.
A large group of concerned individuals turned out to march in memory of the missing and murdered aboriginal women.
Tradition and modernity come together during McGill’s annual Pow Wow, a chance to dance, sing, and celebrate.
Feeling Osheaga-envy? Why not celebrate first nations cultures from around the world at the First Nations festival.