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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Last year we lost our dear friend and CIT alumni, Brendan Austin. This page is a space designed to honour his memory. You can add your stories & memories through Instagram, YouTube Twitter and our Facebook Page using the hashtag #MiigwetchBrendan. Your posts, photos and videos about will display here as a community creating a living wall celebrating Brendan and all that he meant to us.
On Wednesday, July 8th, 2020 we will be live-streaming, to Facebook, an information session and introduction to our Indigenous Theatre Arts Program hosted by CIT Artistic Director & Principal, Rose C. Stella and Office Manager, Michael Jukes.
We are inviting you and anyone you may know that might be interested, to join us for this event.
We live in a time of potential transformative change, with the opportunity for tremendous intercultural change in our Institutions, communities, and even within ourselves. Today is #IndigenousPeoplesDay, The Centre for Indigenous Theatre hopes today is one of many days in our shared work to create a fairer and prosperous future together. We proudly celebrate the culture and heritage of every First Peoples and all our relations #IPD2020
We have an announcement regarding the Managing Director of the Centre for Indigenous Theatre.
We train you, the future #Indigenous #artist, to become #tomorrow’s #inspired and #passionate Indigenous #voice. And we are accepting applications. We are more than a #school. CIT co-funds not only a #student’s #education but #living and #housing #expenses. So, the better-funded we are, the more #opportunities we can create for deserving students. We are #Indigenous lead for Indigenous #students, and we are accepting applications.
Your giving will enable us to promote Rose’s video and get a whole bunch of eyes on it. You will drive her message out nationally, reaching new places across the country. You will help us connect to those budding Indigenous performers that may not know that we exist as a space for them to learn and grow. You will create opportunities for the CIT Class of 2019 to become the inspired and passionate Indigenous artists of the future, telling their stories in their own voice.