Drum Painting with Alan Syliboy!
Saturday October 8, 2022  10am - 12pm (2 Hours )
Music Workshop / Class Community


This event is part of our Fall Drum Workshop Series!

October is Mi’kmaq History Month, and we have some exciting events lined up. We’d like to respectfully acknowledge that these events take place in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq people.

In conjunction with the Glooscap First Nation's Mawio'mi

An established Mi’kmaq artist, Alan Syliboy’s work is influenced by the indigenous Mi’kmaq rock drawing and quill weaving traditions. Working in acrylic and mixed media, Alan creates vibrantly coloured images exploring the themes of family, searching, spirituality, struggle, and strength. The use of layering symbols and mark-making creates depth and texture in Alan’s work.

These workshops will have very limited space, so please contact us right away to reserve a spot. We are offering several free places to youth and members of Glooscap and Annapolis Valley First Nations.

This event is made possible with support from Arts Nova Scotia and Deep Roots Music Cooperative.

Suggested donation $50

75 Greenwich Road South
Greenwich, Nova Scotia


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Wed Nov 30  7pm
Presentation by Chris Koch
Horton High School 902-542-6060 75 Greenwich Road South Greenwich, Nova Scotia B4P 2R2