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

ArtsCan Circle works closely with the northern indigenous communities to help provide a connection with the musicians and artists and the students.

The workshops consist of playing instruments, songwriting, recording, singing, dancing, drumming, drama and visual arts. Music and art workshops are held in the schools and/or community halls throughout the day. We also offer after-school music programs with the ArtsCan Circle’s musicians. On the last evening, family and friends are invited to come to the music jam night.

Please email executivedirector@artscancircle.org for more information on how to have ArtsCan Circle visit your community.

Upcoming Workshops

December 14th – 18th, ArtsCan Circle will be in Fort Albany. We’re excited to announce that Anishinaabe musician Leonard Sumner, musician Scott Merrit, record producer Doug Romanow and ArtsCan Circle program manager Glenn Marais will be working with Peetabeck Academy and Fort Albany’s youth intervention worker Kenneth Sackaney to hold music, songwriting and recording workshops with the youth.

December 10th – 13th, ArtsCan Circle will be returning to the community of Attawapiskat. Musician Scott Merritt and ArtsCan Circle program manager Glenn Marais will be working closely with the Vezina Secondary School to hold music and art workshops for the students.

 

Artscan has visited the following communities

  • Gjoa Haven
  • Pikangikum
  • Fort Albany
  • Attawapiskat
  • Sheshatshiu
  • Dokis
  • La Seul
  • Sioux Lookout
  • Misheegogamang
  • Wabaseemong
  • Eabametoong
  • Kugluktuk
  • Moose Factory
  • Natuashish
  • Rankin Inlet
  • Thunder Bay

Art Workshops with Indigenous Youth Canada

Music Workshops with Indigenous Youth Canada

Remote Communities Canada