+MAPPING INDIGENOUS ARTS LEADERSHIP INCANADA             Presentation by France Trépanier                         Arts Org...
+    INDIGENOUS ARTS: Historical Context
+    INDIGENOUS ARTS: Historical Context       “Europeans found art everywhere. In hundreds of        flourishing vital c...
+    INDIGENOUS ARTS: Historical Context
+    INDIGENOUS ARTS: Historical Context     “Ionce hear an elder say that the greatest crime in      this land was not t...
+    ART   PRODUCT
ART MARKETdistribution     MarketingSalesART                         PRODUCTCreative economyCULTURAL INDUSTRIESTourism ind...
+    ART    PROCESS
+     INTERDISCIPLINARITYexploration    ART                         PROCESS    Cultural mediationEXPERIMENTATION    Relati...
+    ARTCIRQ                       INUIT CIRCUS COMPANY         WISE PRACTICE IN INDIGENOUS ARTS         LEADERSHIP
+    ARTCIRQ
+    ARTCIRQ
+    ARTCIRQ
+    ARTCIRQ
+    WAPIKONI MOBILE    MOBILE AUDIO-VISUAL STUDIO TRAVELLING TO    INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES                                ...
+ WAPIKONI MOBILE
+IndigenousNationsin Quebec10 First Nations and the Inuit Nation55 Aboriginal communitiesHalf of the Aboriginal population...
+WAPIKONI MOBILEFully equipped itinerant audio-visual andmusic recording studios2000 participants to film and musicworksho...
+    WAPIKONI MOBILE
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Mapping Indigenous Arts Leadership in Canada

  1. 1. +MAPPING INDIGENOUS ARTS LEADERSHIP INCANADA Presentation by France Trépanier Arts Organisations and Businesses Panel Wise Practices in Indigenous Community Development Symposium, September 15, 2012
  2. 2. + INDIGENOUS ARTS: Historical Context
  3. 3. + INDIGENOUS ARTS: Historical Context  “Europeans found art everywhere. In hundreds of flourishing vital cultures, Art was fully integrated with daily life... The First Europeans found hundreds of languages in use - not dialects but languages. And in every language, our Artists created philosophical argument and sacred ceremony, political discourse, fiction and poetry.” Doreen Jensen, 1992
  4. 4. + INDIGENOUS ARTS: Historical Context
  5. 5. + INDIGENOUS ARTS: Historical Context  “Ionce hear an elder say that the greatest crime in this land was not that the natives had their language and culture beaten out of them in boarding schools – the great crime was the people who came here did not adopt the culture of the land” Mike MacDonald, 1998
  6. 6. + ART PRODUCT
  7. 7. ART MARKETdistribution MarketingSalesART PRODUCTCreative economyCULTURAL INDUSTRIESTourism industry
  8. 8. + ART PROCESS
  9. 9. + INTERDISCIPLINARITYexploration ART PROCESS Cultural mediationEXPERIMENTATION Relationships
  10. 10. + ARTCIRQ INUIT CIRCUS COMPANY WISE PRACTICE IN INDIGENOUS ARTS LEADERSHIP
  11. 11. + ARTCIRQ
  12. 12. + ARTCIRQ
  13. 13. + ARTCIRQ
  14. 14. + ARTCIRQ
  15. 15. + WAPIKONI MOBILE MOBILE AUDIO-VISUAL STUDIO TRAVELLING TO INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES  WISE PRACTICE IN INDIGENOUS ARTS LEADERSHIP
  16. 16. + WAPIKONI MOBILE
  17. 17. +IndigenousNationsin Quebec10 First Nations and the Inuit Nation55 Aboriginal communitiesHalf of the Aboriginal population isunder 30
  18. 18. +WAPIKONI MOBILEFully equipped itinerant audio-visual andmusic recording studios2000 participants to film and musicworkshops360 musicals creations450 short filmsMore than 40 awards in national andinternational festivals
  19. 19. + WAPIKONI MOBILE
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