Cultural Learning Circle – Cultural Coexistence

A Conversation between Newcomers and Stoney Nakoda Community Members


Thursday, Nov. 16

7 – 8:30 p.m.

FREE! RSVP required

A Conversation between Newcomers and Stoney Nakoda Community Members

Part of Community Week, by Bow Valley Immigration Partnership

In partnership with Settlement Services in the Bow Valley

As the Bow Valley becomes increasingly more diverse, how do we learn to live together, celebrate this diversity, and use it to our advantage to build even better, stronger, and more thriving community? For this Cultural Learning Circle, we will bring together a panel of Stoney Nakoda community members and people who are Newcomers to Canada and the Bow Valley. We will dance, sing and share our arts practices. Then, we will talk about what brings us together, what unites us, what divides us, and how we can learn from each other and work together in a respectful way to care for the land in which we work, play and live.

Space is very limited! – Please reserve your spot.

If you can’t make it, please be sure to let us know well in advance so that we can offer your spot to someone on the waitlist.


Cultural Learning Circles

Cultural Learning Circles have become an important part of programs at artsPlace. They are led by a diversity of facilitators, from Stoney Nakoda knowledge-keepers to local community members to experts in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion education. They are offered FREE and IN-PERSON in the artsPlace theatre.

On the picture: Travis Rider & Teresa Snow

In partnership with

Experiencing the arts is a right regardless of financial means. Learn about the Discover Art Access Program here.

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