ArtsCan Circle
  • 585 Dundas Street East (3rd floor) Toronto, Ontario M5A 2B7
  • 905 836-9117
Reconciliation Initiatives Canada

What is Artscan circle

Read More
Mikes-story
Indigenous Youth Initiatives Canada

Where We've Been

Read More

OUR IMPACT TO DATE

40000
HARMONICA'S GIVEN
16
COMMUNITIES VISITED
10000
CHILDREN IMPACTED

SUPPORT ARTSCAN CIRCLE

Reconciliation Charities

GET INVOLVED

Read More
Ron-Kanutsk- drum-workshop
Indigenous Youth Initiatives Canada
Donate
Donate

what's happening today

We've had a busy start to 2019! We kicked off our programming with workshops to Attawapiskat and Gjoa Haven in February.

From April 8 - 12, we headed back to Fort Albany with Mob Bounce. Mob Bounce are two Indigenous Hip Hop artists who fuse EDM into their music with traditional and contemporary aspects. Craig is Gitxzan and Travis is Cree/Metis. Together Travis and Craig's gripping lyricism delve into spirituality, social awareness/justice, and Mother Earth connection. Their workshops are sure to inspire!

With the successful awarding of a TD MusiCounts grant, we sent 3 MacBook Laptops and 3 Weighted Keyboards with many other instruments to Attawapiskat and pianists' Terri Yu and Deborah Hui taught lessons in piano and keys. It was Lee Pham's third time in Attawapiskat with us were he handled production of the gear, photography and break dancing workshops with the participants.

Later in February we returned to Gjoa Haven with singer/songwriter Cindy Paul, also on her third trip with us and visual artists and violinist Jessamin Flynn on her second trip also. We worked with Anti-Bullying Day and the School here.

Hashtag #artscancircle an #artscanandu and share your stories on what the arts have done for you.