What does it mean to be deeply connected to the land? Consider this from an artistic, a scientific, and a Stoney Nakoda perspective. Sit in a circle in the artsPlace theatre and learn traditional teachings about offering tobacco to the land from Stoney Nakoda Community Members. Hear stories from a local scientist about their relationship to land protection. While we discuss, local artists will create land-based art in the centre of our circle. At the end of the evening, see their amazing creations revealed! Take home a tobacco tie to offer your own thank-you to this beautiful land.
Space is very limited! – Please reserve your spot. If you can’t make it, please be sure you let us know well in advance so that we can offer your spot to someone on the waitlist.