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NMC is creating more opportunities for Indigenous artists to produce new music and develop their skills, and continuing to amplify the stories of Indigenous musicians and their contributions to Canadian culture.
The OHSOTO’KINO Recording Bursary program is open to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit artists across Canada. Interested applicants can apply by January 7, 2024 at 11:59 pm MT.
In honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day, the National Music Centre (NMC) will open Studio Bell with free admission courtesy of Stantec on June 21, giving the public an opportunity to explore its updated Speak Up! exhibition and a range of activities that honour Indigenous culture and music.
‘Naskwahamâtowin - Let’s all share in the music’ project named recipient of Bell Let’s Talk Diversity Fund.
Take a journey through the sights, sounds, and history of music in Canada. Discover the artists who've shaped our musical landscape and try your hand at creating music of your own.
OHSOTO’KINO Recording Bursary is designed to provide access for Canadian Indigenous artists to Studio Bell’s world-class recording studios and “living collection” of musical instruments, which spans 450 years of technical innovation — Indigenous artists will have the opportunity to ‘use history to make history'.
The ideal candidate will have exceptional problem resolution and research skills to coordinate with internal teams, visitors, and third party vendors.
Experience the sights, sounds and stories of music in Canada at Studio Bell! Our fully accessible building features five floors of interactive exhibitions that will excite and entertain visitors of all ages.
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