Ivanie Aubin-Malo

Ivanie Aubin-Malo (lives and works in L’Iset, Quebec) is a Wolastoq and Quebecois dancer, choreographer and curator. She invests herself in projects that reflect on ecology and human ethics regarding our environment. Aubin-Malo contributes to connecting Indigenous movement-based artists in order to break isolation, cultivate inspiration, facilitate knowledge sharing, and dare certain collaborations. Her artistic research hopes to shed light on the beauty of the Wolastoqey language and its relation to the land and the body. She plans to open a Wolastoqey Cultural Center where culture can be celebrated and revitalized in the area while connecting with others.

Programs

Yaliyat cocahq

Location: Small Arms Inspection Building

Quebecoise and Wolastoq (Maliseet) artist Ivanie Aubin-Malo presents a dance workshop drawn from her experiences in powwow circles and in connecting with other wolastoqiyik communities. Together with Aubin-Malo, participants will take part in a warm-up routine incorporating techniques from powwow dance, followed by various movement exercises inspired by Wolastoqey language…

POSTPONED: The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips)

Location: Colborne Lodge

Note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips) will be postponed until Fall 2022. New dates and times will be shared via our website and social media channels. The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips) was intended to be a series of springtime…

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