This five minute short film Savage, from award winning Anishinaabe filmmaker Lisa Jackson is a unique exploration of the first day of school for a young First Nations child set in the 1950′s. …read more »
Skeena Reece (Tsimshian, Gitksan, Cree, Metis) is a multidisciplinary artist that has been performing and working in Coast Salish Territory (Vancouver) for over 8 years. Skeena’s work continues to be raw, honest and brutally funny.
The Electric Powwow hit the west coast with A Tribe Called Red on February 25th, 2012 as part of the Talking Stick Festival.
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Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture opens at the Vancouver Art Gallery on Saturday February 25th featuring performances by Jackson 2Bears, A Tribe Called Red, Skeena Reece, Nicholas Galanin, and RPM’s Ostwelve. …read more »
In case you missed hearing it in our interview with Skeena Reece, here is the song John Carver from Skeena’s debut album Sweetgrass and Honey. John Carver is an ode to all Native carvers acknowledged or unappreciated. …read more »
After recently giving birth to her first child, Skeena Reece (Tsimshian, Gitksan, Cree, Metis) reflects on her late father and his creative accomplishments. John Carver from her debut album Sweetgrass and Honey released earlier this year is an ode to all Native carvers acknowledged or unappreciated. …read more »
Blues, hip-hop, powwow, elctronic, indie, folk, performance art – we’ve got it all in this week’s picks of Indigenous live music. …read more »