Featuring workshops and musicians, the event will be held at the Ouje-Bougoumou Council chambers on December 10, 2019 from 3PM to 7PM.
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CNACA is seeking artists to attend/perform at the Northern Lights Conference to be held Feb. 5-8 2020 in Ottawa. Criteria One youth and one open category artist to attend/perform at the Northern Lights Conference Feb. 5-8 in Ottawa. If you are a performer, you must have original songs in Cree. If you are an artist, […]
CNACA is seeking artists for the Montreal Crafts Show – Salon des métiers d’Arts to be held in December. Pending funding, we are looking for artists who have a large quantity of products to sell and be available to stay for 10 days. Montreal Crafts Show – Salon des métiers d’Arts This is the most […]
Cree Native Arts and Crafts, in collaboration with the Cree Nation Youth Council and CALQ, are pleased to have Whapmagoostui Youth artists, Shannon Natachequan and Vivianne Sheshamush attend the Montreal First People’s Festival, Aug. 10 and 11 at Place des Festivals, 1-8 pm.
OUJÉ-BOUGOUMOU, QC June 20, 2019– The Cree Native Arts & Crafts Association (CNACA) announces its 13th Annual General Meeting to be held on August 14-15, 2019 at the Mitchuap Auditorium in Chisasibi, QC. This year’s theme is “Cree arts for our future generations” The Cree Native Arts & Crafts Association Annual General Meeting will […]
For its second edition, the team of Chapais en Fête is proud to present a show by Diane Bosum, Oujé-Bougoumou artist.
10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 29, 2019 Four artisans will give arts and crafts demonstrations in Copp’s Square, Georgeville (Canton de Stanstead) • Paul-Conrad Carignan, drum making • Brigitte Dubois, dream catcher making • Isabelle Neeposh (CNACA), beading • Deborah Ratt, beading
Performances by talented artists, discussions on the issues faced by Indigenous peoples, films, workshops on traditional knowledge, demonstrations of art and crafts as well as meeting people that will touch you.
Create an opportunity for the passing of knowledge and tradition in cree, With traditional teachers Alice Shecapio-Blacksmith and teacher Judy Shecapio-Blacksmith, Ouje’s elder Charlie Bosum was the teacher for the baby rattle workshop- he provided materials needed for the rokshop, such as crooked knives for all participants. He also took the time to prepare the […]
The project took place over four days at Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute; Tuesday November 20 – Thursday, November 22, 4-8 pm and Friday 1-5pm. Project was a collaborative effort between Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute and local Department of Justice and Correctional Services. Goal for project was to teach the importance of passing a traditional skills, […]