AMP it UP! – a practical, hands-on, media training/workshop for Emerging Artists

Wouldn’t it be great if we had a personal publicist or a PR firm to manage and support our communication and media needs? Media outlets—newspapers, magazines, radio stations, television and Internet-based media/sites are important ways to inform a broad range of people about information, messages, issues, activities and events. Media is also an important tool in moving and shaping public …

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All-Indigenous burlesque in the TSF

Cara McKenna at Metro Vancouver A politically charged Indigenous burlesque troupe will soon make its debut in Vancouver, as the 16th annual Talking Stick Festival begins in venues around the city. It’s the first time that the diverse Indigenous performance and arts festival has featured the art of striptease — but one of its founding members says it’s about much …

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Indigenuity

UNYA’s Overly Creative Minds Program (OCM) is helping youth to find and strengthen their voice through the arts. A showcase for emerging youth artists in Vancouver’s Indigenous community.

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Theatre classic and burlesque at TSF

By Shawn Conner at O Canada 16th annual Talking Stick Festival Feb. 16-26 | Various venues on the traditional unceded territories of the Coast Salish people Tickets and info: talkingstickfest.ca Performed hundreds of times over the years, Moonlodge has been the exclusive property of one person — its creator, Margo Kane. That is, until this year’s Talking Stick Festival. “I believe …

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