#FNLROM: Indigenous NOW

Art. Culture. Nature. Remixed.

Only 4 Friday Night Live events left for this Spring season!

Kick-off June with #FNLROM: Indigenous NOW, dance to top Indigenous talent, enjoy tasty food, and explore the gallery dedicated to First Peoples art & culture.

Program Partner: ANDPVA

Wolf Saga

London, ON-born indigenous electro-pop artist Wolf Saga aims to not only keep you dancing with his catchy hits, but invoke deeper thought behind the meanings of his tunes.

Classic Roots

Classic Roots brings the sexy heartbeat of the boreal north to life with his unique brand of electronica and pow wow techno.

DJ Ariel

As a relentless collector of music, the entry point to DJing was in place early for DJ Ariel. Classically trained in dance she found sounds to move to, in her growing collection, and from there encouraged others to do the same.

Rosary Spence

Originally from the coastal Cree community of Fort Albany First Nation, off the coast of James Bay, Rosary Spence is a well-recognized Indigenous singer, steeped in time-honoured Aboriginal rhythms and styles.

Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre

Video installation.

David R. Maracle

David R. Maracle (Tehaneneia'kwe:tarons) is an artist, multi-Instrumentalist, musician, singer, songwriter, and world-renowned stone carver/sculptor.

Naomi Smith

An Indigenous traditional artisan and educator from Neyaashiinigmiing, ON. Her First Nations roots and genuinely Canadian perspective is the main inspiration for her work.


#FNLROM: Indigenous NOW

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