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For the week of November 2

November 05, 2015


Join us for an stirring evening featuring extraodinary Indigenous leaders, artists and community members exploring the theme of city building. From storytelling to live painting, traditional foods and memorable performances, the first Indigenous City Gathering will spark conversation and connection. 

Hosted by Renae Morrisseau, the evening will includes:

  • A FREE Community Market. Come see what Vancouver's Indigenous makers have to offer!
  • Presentation and performances by Gabriel George, Cecilia Point, Ginger Gosnell-Myers, Karen Joseph, Senaqwila Wyss and more.
  • Film screenings from Amanda Strong and Bracken Hanuse Corlett.
  • Live painting by AKOS (Corey Bulpitt).
  • Musical performance by SEE Monster, DJ and visual artist duo.

A limited amount of tickets for community members and students are available on Eventbrite.

All are welcome!

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