A Statement from the Circle of Artists on National Indigenous Peoples DayBy The Circle of ArtistsIn celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day, we are taking time to acknowledge the historic and ongoing presence of Indigenous people on these lands and their meaningful contributions to the social and cultural fabric of our communities.Posted in Circle of Artists
Circle of Artists: Olivia ShorttBy COC StaffPosted in Circle of Artists
Olivia Shortt (She/her/hers: Anishinaabe from Nipissing First Nation) is a Tkarón:to (Toronto)-based multi-disciplinary artist. She trained as a classical saxophonist but also works in the arts as a multi-instrumentalist, improviser, composer, sound designer, curator, and producer.
Circle of Artists: Rebecca CuddyBy COC StaffPosted in Circle of Artists
Over the next several months, the Canadian Opera Company will be highlighting members from our Circle of Artists initiative — an advisory body that is sparking conversation around institutional change at the COC and speaking directly to decision-makers to shape commitments that will support Indigenous communities with relationships based on reciprocity, caring, and mutual respect.
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