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WORK WITH US!
HIRING TWO NEW TEAM MEMBERS

Seeking a Marketing Coordinator Trainee and a Festival Coordinator Trainee to assist with our annual ‪Weesageechak‬ Begins to Dance Festival, thanks to Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training. Applicants must be Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) and must be currently unemployed or underemployed. We encourage eligible candidates to apply to both positions should they be interested. See Job Descriptions

W29 UpdateW29 APPLICATIONS ARE IN!

We are very excited to share that we received dozens of strong submissions for Weesageechak Begins to Dance 29. Works being considered for the annual festival include theatre, dance, inter-disciplinary and spoken word from Indigenous artists all over Canada, Australia, USA and Mexico. Meegwetch to all applicants for sharing your dynamic creations with our jury! We have some tough choices ahead! Look for a festival line-up this fall.

Paprika Festival in Aki Studio

PAPRIKA IN AKI STUDIO
YOUTH-LED FESTIVAL TURNS 15

In just three weeks the 15th Paprika Festival will kick-off a week-long festival of youth-led performing arts. We're proud to be partnering for the first time with this incredible company to bring community-engaged programming to our Aki Studio in Regent Park. 

$10 single tickets are on sale now! Or purchase a 3-Show Pass for just $20! Festival Line-Up

Join us this June!

bcurrent celebrates
14TH RPS FESTIVAL

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On Now Until May 7 in Wychwood Barns: 2016 rock.paper.sistahz Festival
The 14th edition of a serious game of play we dare black, Indigenous, and artists of colour in Toronto and across Canada to share what higher power means to them. Featuring Anishinaabe playwright Frances Koncan's zahgidiwin|love read by Yolanda Bonnell (Ojibwe).
Festival Line-Up

CIT STUDENTS'
FINAL SHOWCASE

CIT presents Bent Boy
May 12-15 in Aki Studio
Centre for Indigenous Theatre
 is proud to present Bent Boy by Herbie Barnes. Developed at Weesageechak 28, and directed by Ed Roy, the show features Dale Alexis, April Bennett, Joel Chiefmoon, Laura Lee Lewis, Brendan Loonskin, Blaine McLeod, Randee Plain Eagle & CIT Alumni Jeremy Proulx. Tickets $10 or PWYC.
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INDIGENOUS
CULTURAL FEST

Indigenous Festival in May
May 21-22 Downsview Park 
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto ENAGB Youth program presents the 1st Annual North American Indigenous Cultural FestivalWith over $90,000 in awards, a cultural pavilion, delicious food, Indigenous vendor market, entertainment and music the festival promises to be memorable! Tickets: $16 or $25 Pass
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