DECLARATION @ HPR

we’re playing right in downtown calgary, in the HQ of the fabulous Mayor Nenshi! we’re not too shy to say he’s even going to guest in for one of the showings. Thrush, Derksen, Many Fingers, Nenshi and some damn fine prairie weather… nothing sweeter than that. read all about it.

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imagineNATIVE awards 2016!

we are proud and humbled to return as artistic directors of the 17th annual imagineNATIVE film and media arts festival, saturday october 22, 2016. this year, our work was made possible through a generous sponsorship of A11 from Solotech Inc. and the magnanimous Greg Wilkie. huge thanks to Greg and Solotech for supporting our contribution…

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The Mush Hole Project

we are honoured to have been invited to be part of The Mush Hole Project in Brantford. love and thanks to all. photo of Owen Louis Soop by Andy Moro for RUN at the Mush Hole Project, 2016  

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Reckoning: responses

“There is a growing canon of work, by Indigenous artists, that addresses Canada’s Indian Residential School System in truly sophisticated ways.  Reckoning by ARTICLE 11 is just such a work.  It defies simple categorization because it is trans-disciplinary, holistic in its viewpoint and begins its exploration at a demanding level.  Reckoning assumes you are a…

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Reckoning Elder Collaborator

Meet Paul Chaput. He is a lauded recording artist, an accomplished actor and filmmaker, and recently earned his PhD at Queen’s University. At seventy years of age, Métis marvel Paul just keeps getting busier and brighter. Paul worked with core ARTICLE 11 artists Moro and Beagan as an actor before they founded A11. He starred…

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sesquicentennial is a what now?

DECLARATION is a work that ARTICLE 11 curates with Indigenous artists in your area. we take the context of your programming and fuse it with an unconventional venue. we design a creation space therein. we work with you to find kind, brave and political Indigenous collaborators from your region – musicians, dancers, actors, Elders and…

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imagineNATIVE 16 welcomes A11

CANDY IS BACK! we’re proud to be the inaugural Artistic Directors of the 16th annual imagineNATIVE film and media arts festival. we’re giddy about the fact that Mi’kmaq great Candy Palmater returns this year as host! the festival runs from October 14 to 18th, with events in many thrilling art locales. catch the celebrations we…

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#InSpiritSK indiegogo

BIGGEST of thanks to all who have given to our efforts to gather the funds to ensure In Spirit has a future in Saskatchewan. With one day remaining, I want to post particular thanks to those who have donated hard-earned cash to the cause. The arts need more patrons, and many of you give so…

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In Spirit in Saskatchewan

photo of Dakota Hebert by Sweetmoon, design by Andy Moro ARTICLE 11 is proud to be partnering with Saskatchewan Native Theatre Co. to bring In Spirit to the University of Regina and First Nations University of Canada’s Performing Turtle Island. “Performing Turtle Island brings together established and emerging scholars and artists in the form of…

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In Spirit @ Planet IndigenUs

Sera-Lys McArthur (photo by Shirin Tinati) stars in ARTICLE 11’s In Spirit AUGUST 5 & 6 at Habourfront Studio Theatre, 8pm [no latecomers] and AUGUST 8 “On Location” under the Gardiner at Fort York south parking lot, 10pm all performances have an artist/audience conversation to follow all performances are free of charge. latecomers will not be…

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