Workshops

Honoring Heritage through Generational Integration and Cultural Integrity

 
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Our Workshops

Cultural Integrity


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 3rd Saturday of every month we will explore a multi-perspective world view through:

 

Multicultural Art

Multicultural art expands on specific pieces of creativity that expresses the essence of a certain cultural theme.

 

Multicultural Music

According to Warren, 1970; Agawu, 2003, multicultural music enables people to personally grow and develop socially; they develop an understanding cross-culturally, and in essence, they learn not only their own cultural norms, but they also learn the practices, obligations, and responsibilities of other cultures. 

 

 

Multicultural Theatre

"Multicultural Theatre" includes playwrights writing from many different traditions and cultures.

Multicultural Art, Theatre, Languages and Music


3rd Saturday of the month

2:30pm - 4:30pm
2  hour workshops
(Most workshops)



Please check our Announcement page for Announcement, Updates, Changes and 'Black Out' Days

 

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Any Workshop with 3 Generations attending
using coupon code:  3GEN30%OFF

Our Featured Workshop

Honoring the Ojibwa Heritage

Through Art and Language.

Ojibwe or Ojibway are also called Chippewa and named themselves Anishinaabe 

Full Overview

About Dave Brown (Miskwaa Amik) 

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Workshop dates and times

2:30pm - 4:30pm on:

 

July 16, 2022

August 20, 2022

September 17, 2022