On this very first Canadian National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc is calling upon people around the world to gather - safely - to drum and sing for the missing children of Indian Residential Schools. It's time to honour the children, and the unrelenting spirit of these Ancestors.
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Tzouhalem(2021) Film Screening, Cowichan legend Chief Tzouhalem Film — combining reenactments and interviews with Cowichan Tribes Elders and historians — tells the riveting story of Chief Tzouhalem, who lived amongst and led the Quw’utsun People during the mid-1800s. & Q 'n' A with filmmaker Harold Joe and DOP Gavin Andrews Cost $15, Hornby Arts members […]
Bringing K'omoks to Comox, presented by Dr. Jesse Morin Dust 'n' Bones (2021) Film Screening, Documentary film brings to light the legal, political, historical and spiritual challenges faced by First Nations leaders and archaeologists as they fight to give disinterred ancestors their proper reverence. & Q 'n' A with filmmaker Harold Joe Price $20., Hornby […]
POSTPONED. PLEASE CONTACT HORNBY ARTS TO GET ON THE WAITING LIST FOR THE RESCHEDULED EVENT. Building Bridges through Understanding the Village, with Kathi Camilleri During this experiential workshop participants explore their own, personal role in supporting the revival of the values that worked so beautifully in indigenous villages for thousands of years. As a group, […]