Spotted in Northbridge ...@djuki_mala are returning and performing in the Woodside Pleasure Gardens. Be first in line to catch their encore performance from this infectious, high energy dance troupe that fuses traditional dance and pop culture. 🎪🌟🙏🏾
Round Dance is a traditional Indigenous healing ceremony joining hands in a circle, dancing around the drummers and singers. Thank you Osemis & Warren for inviting, and Sanderson family from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation for having us part of the family memorial Round Dance ceremony. I felt part of a village, a tight knit warm community. My friends Leah and Joi Arcard are from Muskeg Lake.
The elders advised us young people to love each other. ❤️ #rounddance#cree#Indigenous#muskeglake
Last chance to Apply for #RedSky Audition Call for Mistatim. Deadline to apply is tomorrow!
Audition for the role of “Speck” in a new touring production of our Dora-nominated show Mistatim!
An unforgettable story of reconciliation for children and their families, Mistatim is the heart-warming story of the taming of a wild horse and the truest of friendship. The character of Speck is an 11-year old girl who lives with her Kokum on her reserve.
January 7–12: Rehearsals in Toronto
Jan 14 – Feb 24: Touring GTA & Southern Ontario
Feb 25 – Mar 10: Touring British Columbia
Above pay scale of CAEA (TYA), plus travel, accommodation and per diem.
Further details at bit.ly/2PEWKwN
This is a rare opportunity to work with one of Canada’s most successful touring companies. To apply, email your headshot and resume/performance history to Artistic Director Sandra Laronde by November 30, 2018 at email@example.com
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Tsiiniiksiin ahkositapiyo'p paskaan
The title translates from Blackfoot to english as 'telling stories using dances' **
Jan 13th, 2 pm, The Roundhouse, Vancouver
I am honoured to present as part of Iskwêwak Osihtâwak presented by New Works: Dance Allsorts and curated by Jeannette Kotowich
The highly acclaimed Indigenous Dance group, Djuki Mala are performing at the Brunswick Picture House for one day only! ::: > Sat 8th Dec. Two shows - 4pm (least availability) and 7pm (best availability)
Since our first announcement we have had significant interest and we expect it to sell out, so make sure you grab your ticket 🎫 ASAP!
We don’t want you to miss this!
Haven't posted in a while so thought I'd post this shot from summer.
It's a shot of the people of Tanna performing one of their traditional Kastom dances to grant us safe passage as we make our way to the summit of Yasur.
They perform the dance in a clearing in the jungle near the chief's hut known as the Nakamal, which translates to "meeting place". The ground literally shakes beneath your feet as they jump up and down together it's pretty cool.