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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Job Call (Remote): Indigenous Performing Arts Leadership Project Program Coordinator – Canadian Association for the Performing Arts (CAPACOA)

Congratulations to the nine emerging Indigenous creators selected for @CBC New #Indigenous Voices!

"They were real people," said choreographer Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo. "They were our brothers, our fathers, our cousins, our sons."

Job (Remote): IPAL Coordinator
IPAL: The Indigenous Performing Arts Leadership Project
@CAPACOA is seeking an experienced Indigenous Program Coordinator to manage a professional development program for Indigenous arts managers.
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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.

More jobs posted on our website:
- Booking Coordinator @PortTheatre
- Marketing Director + Marketing Design & Production Manager @VDPACSociety
- Marketing & Communications Manager with Ottawa @Chamberfest #artsjobs

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