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Join the Treaty Lands, Global Stories group from the University of Waterloo's School of Architecture as they explore Indigenous issues through film and discussion.




With over 200 festival and community screenings in the last year, and a dozen awards and nominations, WHEN THEY AWAKE documents a remarkable generation of established and emerging Indigenous musicians in a moment of cultural and political resurgence. In this era of native resurgence, from Idle No More to Standing Rock, Indigenous musicians across Canada and the world are making their voices heard…and people are starting to listen. Working in every genre from Hip Hop to Rock to EDM and beyond, a new generation is challenging the status quo and channeling the pain of the past into a stirring, hopeful vision of the future. It is this generation and their astonishing music that WHEN THEY AWAKE bears witness. Featuring 20+ artists, including modern trailblazers A TRIBE CALLED RED, TANYA TAGAQ, LEELA GILDAY, LOGAN STAATS and ISKWé, WHEN THEY AWAKE is a magnum opus documenting contemporary Indigenous musicians, the resilience of their communities, and the making of formidable art.

Ages: Ages 16+
Cost: Free

Address: 12 Water ST S
Cambridge, Ontario
Canada N1R 3C5
Date: Wednesday January 16, 2019 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Categories: Film Screening

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