Thursday, August 7th, 2014 
VOU Fiji inspiring us by their dance, instagram photo taken by Nyla Carpentier

 Thank you VOU Fiji!

 

On Monday July 21st the Full Circle staff and Ensemble had the pleasure of participating in VOU Fiji's fun and amazing all day dance workshop, which introduced Fijian traditional and contemporary dance. We made new friends, had a cultural exchange and worked our bodies out like never before! Thanks also to Full Circle ensemble member Nyla Carpentier for sharing her knowledge of Powwow dance.  We are SO grateful to part of such an awesome experience. We learned so much.  
 

We've  MOVED!

 

Exciting news! We've moved downtown! Our new space and mailing address is:  1577 Georgia Street W, Vancouver, BC, V6G 2V2. 

  

Inside our lovely new downtown office

 

Support us

 
A great way to support Aboriginal art is by donating to Full Circle and the Talking Stick Festival.

Become a donor! CLICK HERE to find out how
Want more information about Full Circle and The Talking Stick Festival? CLICK HERE for more details about our organization and festival
 

 

Talking Stick Festival 2014 Powwow Drumming Photo Credit Chris Randle

You don't wanna miss....

 

August Aboriginal and Community Event Highlights:

 

-Spirit of the People Powwow, August 8th, 9th and 10th, 46770 Bailey Road,  Chilliwack, CLICK HERE for more details

-Salish Sea Summer Gathering, August 10th, Whey-ah-Wichen (Cates Park), North    Vancouver, CLICK HERE for tickets and more details 

 

-22nd Annual, Stó:lō Nation Children's Festival, August 13th, 7201 Vedder Road, Chilliwack, CLICK HERE for more details   

 

-Squamish Nation Youth Powwow, August 29 - 31, Capilano Reserve Park, 100  Mathias Road, West Vancouver, CLICK HERE for tickets and more details 

 

-Party like a Matriarch, August 30th, Fortune Sound Club, 147 East Pender,        Vancouver, CLICK HERE for tickets and more details     

 

 

Talking Stick Festival performer Janet Marie Rogers is Victoria's Poet Laureate

 


Vancouver looks for its next Poet Laureate

 

The City of Vancouver, Vancouver Public Library, and the Vancouver International Writers Festival are accepting nominations for Vancouver's next Poet Laureate!

 

Nominate a peer or yourself by August 27th.

CLICK HERE to learn more and to complete a nomination 

 


Full Circle: First Nations Performance proudly presents Aboriginal art and performance on the unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Watauth First Nations.

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