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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How a play called The Breathing Hole has transformed to reclaim language and model Indigenous pathmaking

Last call for applications before program deadline! Black-and-Indigenous-owned music businesses: don’t miss out on submitting your application for the #oncreates Music Office’s AcceleratiON program.

Learn more and apply by 5PM ET on November 30:

New music November! Ontario Music Office has released a new playlist feat @haviahmighty @theheadstones @jtaylorband @zoongideewin @ThisIsValley @_aysanabee_ @julytalk @SavannahReMusic and many more Ontario artists!

Listen here:

In late spring 2021, partners Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance (IPAA) @ipaaonline
and the Indigenous Curatorial Collective (ICC) @ic__ca set out to study the impact of COVID-19 on Indigenous artists across Canada and in Toronto.

Join CAPACOA’s #LinkedDigitalFuture Initiative, @MBArtsNet and @ipaaonline for a free online Wikidata workshop focusing primarily on #Indigenous artists!
📅 Session A – Nov 10 @ 2pm CT/3pm ET
📅 Session B – Nov 10 @ 5pm CT/6pm ET

NOV 10: @ipaaonline is cohosting a free online workshop "Raising an Artist Profile in Wikidata", with partners @CAPACOA #LinkedDigitalFuture and @MBArtsNet.
To learn more and register ➡️

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