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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Intertribal Gathering celebrations are being postponed until Spring 2023. New dates to be announced shortly!

Statement from the Canadian Indigenous Classical Music Gathering, which assembled at Banff Centre in 2021 and 2019 -
@banffcentre @ipaaonline @AuspiciousR @CanadasNAC @CanadaCouncil @theVCM

THIS WEEK - In-person dance on film + video screenings at Paradise Theatre 🎥August 13th starting at 4:30pm.

On the corner of Bloor St and Westmoreland Ave in Toronto, Paradise offers a unique, welcoming experience through food, drink and the arts.

Open letter from Indigenous classical musicians, hosted by @ipaaonline and co-authored by myself and a number of my composer/performer Indigenous colleagues.

Writing a journalism textbook is a thing I've wanted to do for a long time. It's finally happened.

'Decolonizing Journalism: A Guide to Reporting In Indigenous Communities' will be available from @OUPCanada this fall.

Let me tell you a l'il bit about it.

Join us to learn about what’s new at @ipaaonline; membership portal tutorial, IPAA’s Indigenous Data Sovereignty Strategy, our new Open Data Consent clause, and give feedback on our in-development Safer Spaces policy.
Wed, July 27 @ 3pm EST. Event info:

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