An umbrella project which fully encompasses the philosophies and history of our oral traditions by not only supporting the re-telling of our traditional stories but also assists and encourages the creation and development of new works and stories.
XWAY XWAY (2012 – ongoing development)
A site specific, multidisciplinary collaboration based on extensive research into original legends and Aboriginal history in the geographical region of greater Vancouver, the Delta and the Fraser River — areas traditionally inhabited by the Squamish, Musqueam, Tsleil-watuth, Katzie, Hammond and other Sto:lo peoples and specifically, captures their relationship to Xway Xway (Stanley Park).
KEEPING THE FIRE BURNING (2010 – ongoing development)
A moving personal statement and a rare public document that captures the struggle for Aboriginal Canadian traditions in all its complexity and joy. Conceived and written by Margo Kane and incorporating storytelling, oration, song, dance, clown and mask.