Moccasin Trek

Moc­casin Trek: Arts on the Move! is a series of work­shops designed under the guide­lines of the Abo­rig­i­nal Enhance­ment Agreement.

Sto­ries and art prac­tices of Indige­nous cul­ture have enor­mous depth and rich­ness with teach­ings as rel­e­vant today as they were so many years ago. The pur­pose of this pro­gram is to pre­serve the lan­guage, cul­ture and art forms of Indige­nous peo­ple, while simul­ta­ne­ous­ly shar­ing them with others.

All of our inter­ac­tive cul­tur­al work­shops are specif­i­cal­ly designed for either chil­dren or youth of all ages to learn and dis­cov­er Indige­nous cul­ture in a live­ly and cre­ative environment.

Our work­shops include: Sto­ry­telling, Métis Jig­ging, Hip Hop, Pow­wow Danc­ing, Coast Sal­ish Danc­ing & Singing. 

All work­shops are sub­ject to avail­abil­i­ty. For more infor­ma­tion, please see our Moc­casin Trek Brochure and our Moc­casin Trek Cur­ricu­lum Guide.


Our Moc­casin Trek: Arts on the Move! cul­tur­al work­shops are avail­able through­out the Low­er Main­land as well as the six regions of BC (sub­ject to avail­abil­i­ty and scheduling).

How much?

All work­shops are offered at a min­i­mum sug­gest­ed dona­tion of $200 per ses­sion. How­ev­er, we will not turn away any schools due to finan­cial restrictions.

How to prepare?

Find a suit­able room for the work­shop. We will inform you dur­ing the con­fir­ma­tion process if the work­shop requires tech­ni­cal equipment.

Acquaint your­self and your stu­dents with the Moc Trek Work­shop Eti­quette & Tips (found on page 5 of our Cur­ricu­lum Guide)

Interested in a workshop?

Please click the Moc­casin Trek Reg­is­tra­tion Form below, fill out the infor­ma­tion required and we will get back to you short­ly. Our work­shops have lim­it­ed capac­i­ty. As a result, we high­ly rec­om­mend ear­ly registration.

Please con­tact if you have any questions. 



Moc­casin Trek: Arts on the Move! is made pos­si­ble through the gen­er­ous sup­port of: