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  • REDTalk with Logan Staats

    Our REDTalks Series celebrates exceptional ideas and performances from Indigenous artists, changemakers, and leaders. This REDTalk features
    Mohawk singer-songwriter Logan Staats along with guest host Graeme Jonez.

    Staats performs two of his hottest songs and dives into his inspirations, dreams, ...

  • REDTalk with AYSANABEE

    Our REDTalks Series celebrates exceptional ideas and performances from Indigenous artists, changemakers, and leaders. Our newest REDTalk features AYSANABEE who performs two of his hottest songs and joins Red Sky Artistic Director Sandra Laronde for a conversation about his remarkable journey from...

  • REDTalk: The Meaning of a Land Acknowledgement

    Join us for a dynamic panel discussion titled 'The Meaning of a Land Acknowledgement' featuring the insightful voices of Indigenous leaders Beverley Jacobs, Cliff Cardinal, and Sandra Laronde.

    Explore the significance of recognizing traditional territories and our relationship with land in this ...

  • REDTalks: Hope Matters with Lee Maracle & Daughters

    Join us for an indelible conversation with poet, novelist, storyteller, leader and activist Lee Maracle & her daughters, Columpa Bobb and Tania Carter, about the journey of Indigenous people from colonial beginnings to reconciliation. Together, they wrote Hope Matters, a book of poems that blends...

  • More Than Dance, We Are A Movement

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    More Than Dance, We Are a Movement is a film celebrating Red Sky Performance’s 20th anniversary story as a leading company of contemporary Indigenous performance in Canada and worldwide. It contains filmed excerpts from our award-winning work, Trace and Miigis, and interviews with celebrated coll...

  • REDTalks: Autumn Peltier, Water Protector

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    REDTalks host Sandra Laronde gets a rare interview with water protector & activist Autumn Peltier, discussing her extraordinary life that brings water, activism, and culture together.

    Autumn is from the Anishinaabe of the Wikiwemikong First Nation in northern Ontario. At the age of 13, she becam...

  • Great Lakes at Harbourfront Centre

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    Great Lakes is an unparalleled, site-specific dance and live music production performed in knee-deep water on the foreshore of Lake Ontario. In Great Lakes, we explore our profound connection to the five great freshwater lakes and to the life-sustaining, creative nature of water.