Treat your class to a unique opportunity to join guest curator Dr. Bimadoshka Pucan as she shares the knowledge of her ancestors through Voices of Chief’s Point, now on display at the BCM&CC for a limited time. Students will learn about the role of the oral tradition in Anishnaabe culture as they hear newly digitized recordings from 1938 of Chief’s Point residents Robert and Eliza Thompson sharing Anishnaabeg stories and songs. They will also hear interpretations of these recordings from Dr. Pucan, make a creation based on cultural artifacts on display to take home, and record some of their own stories.
**Bundle this program with the Treaty Recognition Week program and receive a 20% discount off the second one**
This program is offered on November 18 -21, with only space for 8 classes book today!
Voices of Chief’s Point was developed in partnership with Museum London, Saugeen First Nation, University of Western Ontario, and funded in part by the Government of Canada. Proudly presented by Society of United Professionals.
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