Indigenous Storytelling

“It’s Our Time to Have a Voice”: Curve Lake Stories told at ReFrame Film Festival
On January 27th, ReFrame Film Festival held Wshkiigmong Dibaajmownan/Curve Lake Storytellers — an event which featured screenings of six short films produced as part of a project in Market Hall.
Drew Hayden Taylor Launches COLD at Take Cover Books
Dozens packed into Take Cover Books' modest East City storefront on Hunter St. East in Peterborough—Nogojiwanong on the evening of January 18th to celebrate the release of author Drew Hayden Taylor’s most recent novel, COLD. The celebrated Indigenous novelist and playwright shared some reflections on his career, this most recent book, and the trademark humour for which he's known.
Indigenous Beadwork as Spirited Resistance and Reconciliation: Conversations with Janet Dugan and Peterborough's CRRC
A deep dive into the spirit of beads, Janet Dugan's Red Dress Pin Project, Peterborough's CRRC, and the significance of Indigenous beadwork.
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