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The Seedworks Urban Offices
126 Catharine Street North, Hamilton, Ontario L8R 1J4
The Hamilton Arts Council presents a three day series of LivingArts Workshops.
We begin our series with an evening of
STORYTELLING AND THE SPIRIT OF DANCE with AARON BELL, Ojibway Storyteller, White Pine Dancers.
The evening is co-presented in partnership with the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts Dance Theatre
AARON BELL has been sharing stories of the First Nations people both locally and internationally for over 15 years and has performed in over 500 schools and venues across Canada and the United States.
His Two Independently released CD Recordings, “How the Oceans Became Salty” and “Painted Imagination” have sold in Germany, France, Spain, Canada, USA, Portugal, Sweden and Switzerland.
As Assistant Manager of Kanata Village Traditional Iroquoian Village, Aaron was responsible for curriculum design, festival managment and tours.
His business “Ojibway Storyteller” provided First Nations curriculum for educational facilities, organizations and festivals across the country.
Aaron is also the Founder and Administrator of Gonrah Desgohwah White Pine Dancers
Event Date: December 12, 2017
Time: 7 — 9 PM
Tickets: $8.00 Members or $10.00 Non-Members
Where: The Seedworks Urban Offices, 126 Catherine Street North, Hamilton
In partnership with the Seedworks Urban Offices and Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts Dance Theatre, with support from Ontario Arts Council.