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Full Circle: First Nations Performance

Full Circle: First Nations Performance is a non-profit society and registered charity that creates opportunities for Indigenous artists.

About

WHO WE ARE

Full Circle: First Nations Performance is a non-profit society and registered charity that creates opportunities for Indigenous artists. Margo Kane (Cree/Saulteaux), an interdisciplinary artist and Indigenous arts leader, founded Full Circle in 1992. Upon establishing Full Circle, Kane’s vision was to make a profound contribution to the development of Indigenous performance in Canada.

WHY WE DO IT

Traditionally, in the Indigenous world, art is not separated from the community. It is integral to a happy and healthy way of life. Full Circle believes in rooting art back into the community, where it was traditionally and where it is intended to be. Through creating opportunities for Indigenous artists to express their life experiences and engage with audiences of all ages and backgrounds, we share these values with as wide scope as possible so that people of all races and ages have a better understanding of First Nations, Metis and Inuit culture.

VISION AND MISSION

In accordance with Kane’s vision, Full Circle’s objectives are:

Artists

Full Circle: First Nations Performance

Events

June 3
  —  
8:00 pm

Indigenous Vibrations

A curated line up of musicians will be sharing stories in a mix of performance styles in a genre-shifting show featuring soundscape, hip hop, contemporary song, and poetry.

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