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#FNLROM: Indigenous Now

Party-goers dancing at the ROM.

ROM FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE IS BACK

Honour Aboriginal Heritage Month with contemporary Indigenous artists, and explore our special exhibition Anishinaabeg: Art & Power.


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ENTERTAINMENT

ANDPVA: (The Association for Native Development in the Performing & Visual Arts) - Canada's oldest Indigenous arts service organization, founded in 1972. We support artists/creators/producers of Indigenous ancestry working in any discipline through networking, promotion, workshops, training, and partnerships. We also work for increased access to the arts sector for artists of Indigenous ancestry through policy development and advocacy.

The ANDPVA presents the following ANDPVA artists: 

Joey Stylez

Rosary Spence
This multitalented singer, song composer, and performing artist is Cree from Fort Albany First Nation, an isolated community on James Bay in northern Ontario. Her newest release, Maskawasiwin, is a recording infused with acoustic rhythms, Indigenous fusions, and urban beats. 

Sean Conway

Manifest Destiny's Child


DJ Fawn Big Canoe
A band member of the Georgina Island Chippewas, Fawn Big Canoe is a diverse DJ that has been bringing house and disco influenced sounds to different venues across Toronto for over a decade.


GALLERY ACTIVATIONS

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FEATURED EXHIBITIONS

Anishinaabeg: Art & Power

Explore the life, traditions, and sacred stories of the Anishinaabeg as told through their powerful art over the last two centuries. Anishinaabeg: Art & Power takes you on a journey through the artistic evolution of one of the most populous and diverse Indigenous communities in North America.

The Family Camera

Discover the connections between family, photography, and migration with The Family Camera, an exhibition that explores how family photos shape our sense of self, family, community, and nation. 

Agnes Rees. Courtesy of Ann Bassnett.

Art, Honour, and Ridicule: Asafo Flags from Southern Ghana

This new exhibition takes a historical and contemporary look at Asafo flags. These flags are the insignia created for the numerous military Asafo companies of the Fante states along the coast of Southern Ghana. Historically, Asafo companies were in charge of the safety and protection of the local community as well as warfare. Today they act as the vibrant core of local communities. Their flags depict narratives of pride, wisdom, and defiant messages to enemies and are sacred objects depicting the spirit and history of a company.

A red flag with a large black whale and a schooner.


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Date & Time

  • Friday June 16, Doors open at 7 PM

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