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 Full Circle creates opportunities for Aboriginal artists, writers and performers to express the reality of First Nations experiences and to work in harmony with First Nations traditions while engaging contemporary, interdisciplinary theatrical techniques.

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Moccasins in the Winner's Circle Fundraising Event

Join us at Hastings Racecourse on June 14th for Moccasins in the Winner's Circle Fundraising Event


Come experience the exhilaration of horse racing, toast to the start of summer, eat, drink and win prizes including a chance to award the winning horse at the Victory Presentation. Bring your favourite, well-worn or most original pair of moccasins to enter our Best Moccasins Competition for your chance to win a $100 gift card to a SoftMoc Shoe Shop.


Tickets $35 per person. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit Full Circle's Moccasin Trek program. Purchase your tickets now or learn more about our event.



Moccasins in the Winner's Circle Fundraising Event

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Calling All Artists: Aboriginal Ensemble Program

Full Circle is looking for interested Aboriginal Artists (Theatre, Dance, Music) to join our Ensemble Program! 

The Aboriginal Ensemble Program is a distinct opportunity for committed artists interested in pursuing Performing Arts Studies and related artistic activities. It provides for participating artists to learn a variety of skills and become part of Full Circle's Ensemble.  
Click here to learn more about our program.



Looking for Artists for the 2016 Talking Stick Festival 


We're now accepting applications from Aboriginal artists for the 2016 Talking Stick Festival taking place February 16 - 29, 2016. Whether you're an emerging or established professional artist in storytelling, music, theatre, dance, visual arts or film, we want to hear from you.


Submit your bio, photo, past performance by or before Jun 15, 2015. Apply now.





On the Road: Margo Kane at The Repast in Ontario

The Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance (IPAA), Debajehmujig Storytellers and the National Arts Centre: English Theatre presents The Repast on Manitoulin Island, Ontario at the Debajehmujig Creation Centre on May 14 - 16. 


The Study is a 10-day intensive exploration consisting of 8 Indigenous performing artists (including our very own, Margo Kane and past festival performers Reneltta Arluk and Justin Many Fingers) and 8 Indigenous performance students working together to look back at where we began and inspire where we might go from here. Each day, participants will focus on diverse aspects of the plays, performance styles and history of Indigenous performance. Learn more



Indigenous Artist Opportunities for Writers and Dancers


If you're an Indigenous writer or dancer seeking opportunities to develop your skills, The Banff Arts Center is accepting applications for their programs. Learn more about their Indigenous Writing Program and  The Indigenous Dance Residency Program.






Welcome Back to Madelaine McCallum



We're happy to have Madelaine McCallum jigging back her way to our Full Circle office as the Education Coordinator. Madeline is not only a dance artist and member of the Louis Riel Metis Dance troupe, but she also manages all the school related programs including Moccasin Trek: Arts on the Move! and Workshop in Schools targeting at integrating Aboriginal performing arts and culture into elementary and high schools throughout BC.





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Mark Your Calendar!
Talking Stick Festival 2016

February 16 - February 29, 2016

Donors, Sponsors, Volunteers!

Do you want to be involved in 2016? Let us know.


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