Enjoy music, art, and dance that celebrate the cultural diversity of Canada’s Indigenous Peoples. Local Indigenous artist, Jesse Gouchey, will be onsite to complete a live painting and showcase some of his film and fashion work. Thundering Nations will perform drum and dance workshops, and Studio Bell will offer a tour focusing on Indigenous artists who’ve made an impact on music in Canada.
Jesse Gouchey is a self-taught emerging visual artist and award-winning animator/filmmaker from Central Alberta. His wide range of skills includes illustration, paintings, graphic design, photography and animation.
Thundering Nations is comprised of professional powwow dancers of all styles, offering captivating traditional First Nations dance performances, and awareness presentations.
Special thanks to media partner Calgary Herald for their support.
|10:00 am||Open to the public|
|10:30 am||Indigenous Music in Canada Guided Tour|
|11:00 am||Status Savage spoken word in Speak Up! gallery|
|12:00 pm||Jesse Gouchey, live painting and art installation|
|12:30 pm||Indigenous Music in Canada Guided Tour|
|1:30 pm||Status Savage spoken word in Speak Up! gallery|
|3:30 pm||Thundering Nations performance|
|4:00 pm||Closed to the public|
|11:00 am||"Behind the Glass" Public Tour|
|12:00 pm||Kimball Theatre Organ demonstration|
|2:00 pm||"Behind the Glass" Public Tour|
|3:00 pm||Kimball Theatre Organ demonstration|
This event is generously supported by TD.