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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 will be updated on June 21 to include JUNO and Gemini Award-nominated musician-actor Tom Jackson, whose long-running The Huron Carole Benefit Concert Series has been raising money for food banks and social service agencies nationwide for 35 years; Inuk artist and activist Elisapie, known for bringing awareness to the culture, language, and realities of the Northern Arctic Inuit through her music; acclaimed Métis folk singer-songwriter and poet Ferron, who is recognized as one of the most influential writers and performers that rose out of the women’s music movement; Cree and Salish musician Fawn Wood, the recipient of the first JUNO Award for Traditional Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year in 2022; and rapper and youth mentor Drezus, founding member of the influential Indigenous hip-hop group Team Rezofficial.

Explore the Speak Up! exhibition