A night of diverse Indigenous musical acts at Logan’s PubÂ on Jan Fri 25 atÂ 8pm. The showÂ includes acoustic rockers Jasper from Six Nations, classic bluesman Gary Farmer from Santa Fe New Mexico and electronic DJ/Media collective Skookum Sound System from Vancouver. This event is the launch for the Two Worlds Indigenous Media and Performance Art […]
On Saturday June 16th, Juno nominated guitarist Doug Cox and acclaimed Hawaiian slack key guitarist Anela Kahiamoe will be live at the Oak Bay High School auditorium. The concert will also feature local Victoria group Tradewinds and the showcase ofÂ PolynesianÂ dance from the Pearls of the South Pacific. Benefiting the Pacific People’s Partnership, the event raises […]
The 4th Annual Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women is thisÂ Sunday, February 12th.Â This is a memorial march to honour the over 600 missing andÂ murdered women from Vancouver Island and all across Canada.Â Everyone is welcome to attend. The march will begin at 12:00 noon in front of Our Place, 919 PandoraÂ avenue. People will be […]
On Sunday July 3rd, don’t miss Bring Your Drum: AÂ Radio Documentary by Janet RogersÂ This documentary – looking at and listening toÂ Indigenous protest music – will air on: CBC Radio One 9pm CBC Radio Two 3pm Sirius 159 6am Featured Interviews with: John Trudell Alanis Obomsawin Taiaiake Alfred Brian Wright McLeod George Leach Elaine Bomberry […]
Part 2 of the Ancient Wisdom Rising interviews is coming up today from 2:00-3:00pm. Tune to CFUV 101.9 FM in to hear recorded interviews about the applicability ofÂ Indigenous traditions in a changing world.
Upcoming conference Ancient Wisdom Rising brings together 7 elders from 7 Indigenous traditions around the world, including a Haida elder to discuss traditional methods of healing, ceremony, story, sacred song and prophesy in a changing world. Today, May 9th CFUV is broadcastingÂ â€œPrepare to Experience the Living Worldâ€, interviews done by 2 of the conference leadersÂ about […]