The Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance is a member-driven organisation of professional Indigenous performing artists and arts organizations. IPAA serves as a collective voice for its members and for Indigenous performing arts in Canada. IPAA provides leadership, support, representation, advocacy, and practical assistance for the national development of Indigenous performing arts.

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The tabling of legislation in Nova Scotia to recognize Mi'kmaw as the province's first language earlier this month has Indigenous people in New Brunswick wondering what language recognition could look like in their area.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/indigenous-languages-nb-recognition-1.6423323

More jobs posted on our website:
- Booking Coordinator @PortTheatre
- Marketing Director + Marketing Design & Production Manager @VDPACSociety
- Marketing & Communications Manager with Ottawa @Chamberfest https://bit.ly/3w2aZQd #artsjobs

Join us for the Cultural Venues Datathon to fully integrate your favourite theatres and music venues into the web of data. No experience is required!
🔗04/25 to 05/02: https://bit.ly/3KNmQGp
Produced by LaCogency, CAPACOA with support from @ArtsBuildON, PACT and the @Wikimedia

In honour of World Intellectual Property Day, PLEO is pleased to present Copyright Conversations: Public Art on Unceded Land with @okellhammer, @TuyTanat and PLEO founder Martha Rans QC

📆 April 26th 12:30pm PST

Register Today! http://ow.ly/rULv50IC7k4

#publicart #uncededland

In celebration of National Indigenous Languages Day, we're exploring the collection for language resources. Celebrating the tireless work of language & culture champions.

#NationalIndigenousLanguagesDay #TodayAndEveryday
#LearningTogether

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