Ta’Kaiya Blaney

Based In: North Vancouver, BC

Ta’Kaiya Blaney is a 10 year old environmentalist and singer-songwriter from the Sliammon Nation. She started singing at the age of 4 and has performed in front of thousands of people across BC and internationally. She was declared one of We Canada’s champions and travels collecting the voices of people facing unsustainable industry.

Artist: Ta'Kaiya Blaney

Video: Lisa Jackson’s “Savage”

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 »

Red Slam arrives on Redwire’s Sentinel Shores

Front lady for Tdot’s Red Slam Collective, Mahlikah Awe:ri, speaks on growth of the group and the ways that they give back. Red Slam will be headlining Redwire’s upcoming show Sentinel Shores: A Group Show and Event Exploring Land Defense February 2nd at Rhizome Cafe, Coast Salish Territories. …read more »

VIMAF 2011 Revitalizes Indigenous Media Arts in Vancouver

The Vancouver Indigenous Media Arts Festival held its inaugural celebration November 10-13 to resounding success—and RPM was there. Here’s our exclusive recap of VIMAF 2011.
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