Free Dance & Drawing Workshops with Natalie King & Angela Gladue at Wigwam Chi-Chemung This Month

As part of September Culture Days, Wigwam Chi-Chemung and Myseum of Toronto will host two workshops in dance and drawing that explore creativity, the arts, and well-being through an Indigenous lens. These workshops will be accompanied by talks hosted by Veronica Johnny & Elder Duke Redbird.

Taking place at Trillium Park on Saturday, September 28, Natalie King, a queer Anishinaabekwe artist, facilitator and member of Timiskaming First Nation, will guide you through a drawing workshop that explores the connection between creative expression and your own wellness. If drawing is not your jam, you can attend the dance workshop happening at the same time. Led by choreographer & A Tribe Called Red dancer Angela Gladue, you’ll embark on a dance journey that will broaden your skills and open your eyes to new possibilities. 

Both events take place at Trillium Park (955 Lake Shore Boulevard W) from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Its free to attend, but registration is recommended. Get the details here.

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