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Talking Stick Festival

18 - 29 Feb 2020 Add To Calendar

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Talking Stick Festival is a premiere multi-disciplinary Aboriginal arts festival is known for featuring both nationally and internationally acclaimed Aboriginal artists as well as those on the rise. It will feature crowd favourites alongside fresh new programming. The festival also boasts eclectic Musical Acts and offers an assortment of Workshops, Artist Talks and Panel Discussions as well as an Industry Series for arts professionals.


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09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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5000 - 20,000
Visitors

100 - 500 Exhibitors Estimated Count

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Arts & Crafts
Entertainment & Media

Editions

18 - 29 Feb 2020 Interested
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Frequency Annual

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First Nations Performance Canada

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GoingLily Shearer

Lily Shearer

Co-Artistic Director at Moogahlin Performing Arts

Sydney, Australia
Cool Vipin

Cool Vipin

Importer at na

Quito, Ecuador
Mira Cross

Mira Cross

Teacher at Kitsilano Secondary School

Vancouver, Canada
Lule ibrahim

Lule ibrahim

Researcher at OPTMIMUS TECH Inc.

Kampala, Uganda
Gerry Oldman

Gerry Oldman

Podcaster at Teachings in the Air

Vancouver, Canada
John French

John French

Artistic Director at Brookside Music Association

Midland, Canada
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NAZIBA NOORINE

Architect at CHOWKATH ARCFORMINTERIOR BD

Dhaka, Bangladesh

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Exhibitor will showcase All areas of the performing arts are represented at the Talking Stick Festival from theatre, dance, drumming, and music to spoken word, visual arts and multimedia performance, celebrating Aboriginal culture and showcasing the new evolving contemporary work of today's artists.

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