25 Jan Indigenous artists, Let your voices be heard!

To kick off 2017, we’re inviting Urban Montreal Indigenous artists to speak up!

As the Founder and Executive Director of  Sacred Fire Productions, a not-for-profit Aboriginal arts organization, dedicated to the promotion of Indigenous arts and artists, I am proud to announce that we are launching a consultation/study with all aspiring and  professional Indigenous artists to identify the current needs.

Let your voices be heard!

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This consultation is done in collaboration with Regroupement des centre d’amitiés autochtones du Québec RCAAQ under the umbrella of the Urban Partnerships Program (UIP). This program was established by the Department of Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) to address the issues faced by urban Indigenous peoples.

The purpose of this study is to provide a better understanding of the professional development journey of Indigenous artists in Montreal.  We want to hear about your trials and tribulations, your needs and support required, and also to hear your suggestions to what would help you towards your professional development.

In solidarity with our communities,
Nadine St-Louis

 

From January 25th to March 3rd, please complete our online questionnaire.

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Please note that individual responses will be kept confidential.
For any questions, or more details, do not hesitate to contact Sylvaine Rochon at srochon@productionsfeuxsacres.ca or at 514.508.5197.

Meegwetch, Nya; weh, Wela’lin, Nakurmiik, Merci, Thank You for your participation!