Indigenous Art and Entrepreneurship Conference

Saturday  30 March  2019  9:00 AM    Sunday  31 March  2019 5:00 PM
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Tansi! Tawnshi! Tawow! Shé:kon! Annii! Boozhoo! Kwey Kwey! ᐊᐃ
Indigenous Arts & Entrepreneurship
- Empowering Indigenous Artists -
An event for learning, sharing and empowering Indigenous artists and entrepreneurs.
The Indigenous Arts Conference is an inclusive community-centred event for creating, sharing and [re]learning our Indigenous art forms.
This conference ensures the transfer of knowledge and spirituality related to the production of our traditional Indigenous art forms and empower and arm our Indigenous women entrepreneurs with resources and opportunities to maximize their capacity to sustain entrepreneurship.
Likewise, our focus is on Indigenous Women Entrepreneurs and we intend to provide women with the tools they need for sustainable business practices.
AT THIS CONFERENCE:
WORKSHOPS
Over 20 Indigenous art and arts based business workshops will take place over the weekend including Birch Bark Bitings, Ribbon Skirts, Inuit Linocuts and Printmaking, Hand Drums and lots more.
INDIGENOUS ARTS MARKETPLACE
Our Indigenous Marketplace in the St. Laurent Shopping Centre will attract shoppers to dozens of artists that are ready to demonstrate, share and sell their traditional Indigenous art forms.
We welcome all who share our concerns for endangered Indigenous art form and artists and thank those who have already offered their support to this small initiative including
The Ontario Arts Council,
Willis College,
St.Laurent Mall/Morguard
Shopify
This project will rely heavily on funding and volunteers. If you'd like to volunteer, please email dawn@passthefeather.org. If you'd like to know more about the AACC, please explore our website.
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This is going to be an amazing event where we all can come together to learn, sell, teach and connect. KNOWLEDGE SHARING!
Workshops:
Willis College, St.Laurent Shopping Centre, 1200 St. Laurent Blvd., Ottawa ON K1K 3B8
Indigenous Arts Marketplace:
Vendors will be located in the rotunda in front of Willis College, GoodLife Fitness and Imagine Cinemas. The entrance that is closest faces the highway 417 (south).
Link to Google Maps:
https://goo.gl/maps/BvrHHMNAMdx
St.Laurent Shopping Centre
Closest mall entrance faces highway 417. Enter at Willis College | GoodLife Fitness | Imagine Theatre entrance. Lower level.

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