Once again Debajehmujig held a dance for the youth at the Creation Centre in Manitowaning. Many of the youth came to dance up a storm in the Larry. E Lewis Studio. We pulled out the black lights, hung some flashy lights and decorated with much luck O’the Irish.
This performance by Ursula Johnson took place from sunrise to sunset on Saturday October 8th 2011 during Debajehmujig's 6 Foot Festival; 6 Foot Soaking Wet.
Debajehmujig Storytellers taking part In literacy Day at the Assignack Public School. After some reading with the students, we presented a demonstation of improve games for the kids to give them an idea of exercises we play to help us in creation. We always love when the students are glad to take part.
Imagine 20 families living in one building. Impossible? Think again; In remote Attawapiskat there is a severe housing shortage and most people are living in either crowded homes or shacks that many of us would be ashamed to use as a garden shed in our back yard.
On November 15th and 16th 2011, members of Debajehmujig – Storytellers were invited to participate in the Assembly of First Nations National Forum on First Nation Citizenship at the River Cree Resort in Enoch, Alberta. Throughout the day, our artists listened to a number of panelists engaging in discussion around issues related to restoring First Nations’ own decision making and jurisdiction over citizenship in our Nations.
December 8, 2011
Featuring: Peter Mishibinijima, Josephine Pelletier, Henry Peltier, Thecla Pheasant, Lucy Ida Pitawanakwat, Mary Adeline Stacey, Marjorie Trudeau, RoseMarie Trudeau, Stella Trudeau, and Lillian Webkamigad
The 6 Foot Festival - Soaking Wet
Debajehmujig Storytellers - Creation Centre
43 Queen Street, Manitowaning
Debajehmujig’s Outreach and Education Department is honored to join the World Theatre Carousel, an International association among six professional creation companies that are engaged in and inspired by their cultural and environmental heritage. The purpose of the Carousel is to share experiences in process and to provide a forum in the language of theatre to promote a Global environment of theatre learning.
An Honour Story
A story created to honour the community people who have dedicated their lives to the reclamation of our identity, not as Indians, but as Anishaabeg, transforming the sound of the distant drum into the heartbeat of our communities.
August 10, 2011
Make no assumptions about what the elders have been up to lately. You will not believe your eyes or ears.