Indigenous Performing Arts Protocols: Modeling Right Relations
Facilitated by Mique’l DangeliPanelists: Michelle Olson, Reneltta Arluk,Dakota Alcantara-Camacho, Rosemary Georgeson, Ronnie Dean Harris, Meena NatarajanWitness: S7aplek Bob Baker
Facilitated by Mique’l Dangeli
Panelists: Michelle Olson, Reneltta Arluk,Dakota Alcantara-Camacho, Rosemary Georgeson, Ronnie Dean Harris, Meena Natarajan
Witness: S7aplek Bob Baker
What do right relations look like? How can we work together to create collaborative practices where healthy relationality is foundational? What are our responsibilities to one another and the land when collaborating? How do we know what our place is in the process? How do we challenge and rebuild structures and infrastructures so that ways of working in right relation have a legacy for future work?
In this session, artists share case studies from their own work where right relation-making and artistic collaborations were modeled, and offer steps for repair when relations are ruptured. Modeling Right Relations examines lived experiences so we can collectively learn from, and move forward with healthy and generative working relationships.
Please register at https://pushfestival.ca/industry/
- ON-SCREEN PROTOCOLS & PATHWAYS, by Marcia Nickerson
- Indigenous Theatre and Performance: Rules of Engagement, edited by Dr. Jill Carter
- Protocols for using First nations Cultural and Intellectual Property in the Arts
- Creating New Futures: Working Guidelines for Ethics & Equity in Presenting Dance & Performance
- Hungry Listening, Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies, by Dylan Robinson
- Five Protocols of Theatrical Indigeneity, by Lisa C. Ravensbergen
(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm