Show starts at 7pm in the Larry E Lewis Studio at the Debajehmujig Creation Centre 43 Queen Street, Manitowaning December 12, 13, 17, 18, 19 Adults $20, Elders and Students $15, Children 12 and Under $10
This year the festival presents an exhibition of the most intriguing projects since the festival originated, with a follow up on where they are now. During the festival, conversations and workshops will explore strategies for integrating permaculture design principals on a community wide, organization wide, or regional level level. We will also be exploring the relationship between permaculture and traditional indigenous knowledge – with a particular focus on the principals or teachings that each uphold.
The Canada Council for the Arts supports the professional programs and activities of Debajehmujig - Storytellers through an Operating Grant from the Theatre Section. The Canada Council is also supporting the professional and strategic development of multi-disciplinary practice through the Integrated Arts Program
The Ontario Arts Council supports the professional programs and activities of Debajehmujig - Storytellers through an operating grant from the Theatre Section. The Ontario Arts Council also supports the development of the 6’ Festival through the Aboriginal Arts Project Program, as well as the long term self sustainability through the Ontario Arts Investment Fund
The Department of Canadian Heritage through the Canada Arts Training Fund has provided ongoing support for the professional training of Canadian Artists who are enrolled in the National Aboriginal Arts Animator Program at Debajehmujig - Storytellers
The Ontario Trillium Foundation - Province Wide Program - is supporting the groundwork, development and networking for a new multi-disciplinary community based regional festival series called ‘Cyclone’