Decolonizing the Narrative Conversation Series

Decolonizing the Narrative Conversation Series is a monthly online conversation session that invites leading Indigenous Art creators to talk about their practices and processes, facilitated by Reneltta Arluk, Director of Indigenous Arts at Banff Centre.


The Conversation Series engages an Indigenous lens in the various arts forms of Literary Arts, Film and Media Arts, Digital Media, Visual Arts, and Performing Arts including Theatre, Dance, and Music with Opera, Singer/Songwriter, and Classical Music. All areas that Indigenous Arts is connected through.
 
Explore and deepen your understanding of how Indigenous artists are using their arts discipline as a tool to decolonize artistic process and creation.

All sessions take place over two days:
On the first day, the Indigenous Arts leader does a presentation of their work.
The following day, there is a conversation with the arts leader and Reneltta Arluk.
The second session is the space intended for questions and comments from the registrants.
 

How to register?
Click on a session below to find the registration link.

Sessions may share experiences and ask difficult questions these are registration only and the question and answers will remain unrecorded.

Online Sessions

About the host: Reneltta Arluk

As Banff Centre's Director of Indigenous Arts, Reneltta is focused on fostering Indigenous culture through storytelling, and she's doing it by building a community that supports Indigenous artists, helping them discover their voice and turn their ideas into reality.
 



Reneltta Arluk, Director of Indigenous Arts, Banff Centre.
Photo by Nahanni MacKay.

Indigenous Arts is generously supported by: