World PremiereThrough an intricate play of light and shadow, Red Sky Performance merges explosive contemporary dance with innovative physical storytelling. AF explores Anishinaabe fire prophecies which foretell of a pivotal moment where humanity will face the ultimate choice. Rather than reinterpreting an Orwellian revolution gone wrong, we seek inspiration from Anishinaabe mythologies, archetypes and futurism to imagine a new fire for the future.
Red Sky is the creator of Backbone (2017) and Trace (2018)
“You can't do better than Red Sky Performance, exemplary and magical.”
– NOW MAGAZINE
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REDTALK: The Role of Arts in Truth and (re)ConciliationFeb 21 | 8 - 10pm | Cost: $15
Join us for a lively conversation about the role of arts in Truth and (re)Conciliation. Have the arts lagged behind the TRC conversation or is art at the forefront? Hosted by Sandra Laronde, Indigenous artists and leaders Ryan McMahon, David Garneau, and Jessica Bolduc explore the implications of Truth and Reconciliation within the context of the Arts.
RYAN McMAHON is a writer, comedian, media maker and community activator whose storytelling style is irreverent and boundary-pushing.
DAVID GARNEAU is a Professor of Visual Arts at the University of Regina. His practice includes painting, curation, and critical writing.
JESSICA BOLDUC (Anishinaabe-French) is the Executive Director of the 4Rs Youth movement, which centres the needs and roles Indigenous young people play in moving forward reconciliation between individuals, communities & systems in Canada.