ArtsCan Circle
  • 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

2019 Fall Workshops with youth in:

  • Attawapiskat: Indigenous Hip Hop Group Mob Bounce | September 15 – 21
  • Carcross Yukon: Indigenous Singer Songwriters – Mimi O’Bonsawin, Cindy Paul | September 22 – 28
  • Fort Albany: Indigenous Singer Songwriter – Mimi O’Bonsawin, Glenn Marais, Scott Somerville & Juulie Rousseau | October 6 – 12
  • Natuashish: Indigenous Singer Songwriter Cindy Paul, Randy Brethour & Ryan Ainsworth | October 6 – 12
  • Pikangikum: Indigenous Filmmaker – Tina Keeper, Author Joseph Boyden | October 20 – 26

Earlier this year we held workshops with:

  • Attawapiskat | February 4 – 8
  • Gjoa Haven | February 25 – March 1
  • Fort Albany | April 8 – 12

2018 workshops with youth in:

  • Pikangikum | November 18 – 24
  • Attawapiskat | November 11 – 18
  • Natuashish | October 14 – 21
  • Fort Albany | October 14 – 28

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