Art & Wellness: An Indigenous Perspective

Trillium Park Pavilion

955 Lake Shore Boulevard West

Toronto, ON

History & heritage

Indigenous

Nature & outdoors

Storytelling

As part of Myseum's Wigwam Chi-Chemung Indigenous learning series, this event will explore “creativity, the arts, and well-being” through an Indigenous lens with two art-making workshops (drawing and dance) and talks hosted by Elder Duke Redbird. Join us on the Wigwam Chi-Chemung (Big Canoe House) an Indigenous Learning Centre hosted from a forty-foot pontoon house boat at the Ontario Place South Marina. As space is limited, we ask you to register for one of the two workshops which will follow the talks by Elder Redbird. You can register for one of the two workshops below:

This event is free.

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Drawing workshop

Dance workshop

Fri Sep 27
Sat Sep 28
Sun Sep 29

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Organized by

Myseum of Toronto

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Location

955 Lake Shore Boulevard West

Toronto, ON

The entrance for Trillium Park is on the Ontario Place grounds at Lakeshore Blvd W and Ontario Place Blvd. There is paid parking on-site.

Event Contact

Josh Dyer

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.