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Speak Up!

With the support of TD, the award-winning Speak Up! exhibition showcases Indigenous artists who have, or are, making a social impact on a local, regional, or national level—motivating a new generation to take action and offering a better understanding of where they come from

The exhibition features storytelling, audio, and artifacts. The evolving exhibition was recently updated to include Inuk artist, activist, and “O Siem” chart-topper Susan Aglukark; First Nations folk-rock duo Kashtin, known for blending Innu—an Indigenous language with as few as 13,000 speakers—into its music; néhiyaw rapper Eekwol, who uses her voice to express outrage about Canada’s residential school system and the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous woman and girls; the late Ojibway folk pioneer Curtis ‘Shingoose’ Jonnie; late Métis fiddler Andy DeJarlis; and 15 previously announced artists.

Explore the Speak Up! exhibition