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View Points is a forum series that explores issues in contemporary culture and showcases current culture-makers.
The 2011 series will highlight and celebrate strides that have been made by Aboriginal women in the artistic landscape.
It is timely, responsive and designed to stretch the boundaries of "culture."
Click here for more information on Planet IndigenUs, a programme that explores ancestry and cultures through Indigenous artists.
A two-hour showcase featuring a film screening by director Terril Calder, reading by author Lee Maracle, and musical performance by Cheryl L'Hirondelle. A panel discussion, moderated by journalist Candace Maracle, will immediately follow the performances.
Special thanks to our community partner imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.
Still from the film Canned Meat by Terril Calder.
If it captured our heart or eye, we just had to have it for you.
Canada's leading public gallery of contemporary visual art.
An engaging year of creative connections on the waterfront.
A unique tasting experience at Harbourfront Centre.
At one of Canada's most dynamic cultural organizations.
Take transit, walk, bike, drive or visit us by boat.
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