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Robyn Grant-Moran

Robyn Grant-Moran

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Robyn Grant-Moran is a Métis arts writer, artist and culture critic based in Toronto.

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Presenters, What Do You Expect?

The art of BIPOC artists is often expected to reflect the culture and ethnicity of the creator By Robyn Grant-Moran

Robyn Grant-Moran speaks with Kevin A. Ormsby, artistic director of KasheDance, and Marjorie Chan and Regine Cadet, artistic director and managing director, respectively, of Theatre Passe Muraille.

 

The World’s First Indigenous Fringe Festival Opens This Summer

Trent University in Peterborough, Ont., is welcoming the world’s first Indigenous fringe festival. Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival (June 21-27) boasts six Indigenous arts companies and a total of 18 drive-in performances. It opens tonight at 6 p.m. ET on Facebook Live.

For the Kids

What Kind of World Do We Want? By Robyn Grant-Moran

Red Sky Performance’s Mistatim, in collaboration with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, is a story of reconciliation for kids.

 
On the Ground

What Kind of World Do We Want?

By Robyn Grant-Moran

Red Sky Performance’s Mistatim is getting a digital reinvention. The story explores truth and reconciliation with the aim of educating children and asks us to consider the kind of world we want to inhabit.

 

The Definition of Sexy

Ruthe Ordare empowers Indigenous women to reclaim their sexuality through burlesque By Robyn Grant-Moran

Ruthe Ordare demonstrates how burlesque can help cultivate strong, healthy communities and rematriate the sexuality of Indigenous women.

The Definition of Sexy

Ruthe Ordare empowers Indigenous women to reclaim their sexuality through burlesque By Robyn Grant-Moran

Ruthe Ordare demonstrates how burlesque can help cultivate strong, healthy communities and rematriate the sexuality of Indigenous women.

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