Monday, September 28 | 2pm CT
Presented as part of BreakOut West in partnership with Folk Alliance International and the International Indigenous Music Summit
Indigenous voices are critical to maintaining a relationship with the land that sustains us, and the art that is being made by Indigenous people today urgently needs to be heard and understood. Even during a pandemic, Indigenous communities demonstrate unparalleled resilience even when disproportionately affected. Our panel of artists and industry identifies how the Truth and Reconciliation Commission call to action has affected their work and practice, and what Indigenous artists are doing to move the needle on cultural change.
Curtis Lefthand (Moderator)
Alan Greyeyes - Ogichidaa Arts
Jade Harper - Indigenous Music West
Cree-asian - Sampler Cafe / CypherWild YEG
ShoShona Kish - Digging Roots
Wednesday, September 30 | 12:30pm CT
Artists in 2020 are being faced with multiple challenges that require creative approaches to building a financially sustainable career. This webinar will explore how artists can generate recurring income streams by using fan subscriptions and other approaches to patronage. Join us to discover how these tools can help deepen the connection between artists and fans, where they fit into your career, and have your questions answered by a vibrant panel of experienced artists.
Dave Cool - Moderator
Julian Taylor - artist
Rita Hosking- artist
Moksha Sommer - artist