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On Thursday November 5th, 2020, Grand OnStage is proud to present an interactive performance and artist talk with Christine Friday, a proficient resilient dancer, choreographer and Indigenous storyteller. Christine will be premiering an exclusive dance performance of Maggie and Me, that was recorded for the Grand OnStage program from her home territory. Christine will also participate in a post performance artist talk and Q&A with audience members.
Christine Friday began her career with In the Land of Spirits in 1992 and has maintained a professional dance career for over 25 years, choreographing, solo work, commissioned work, youth creations and full scale productions. She is deeply connected to the cultural wellness of her people and works hard to maintain cultural traditions and gifts of her Anishnaabe people. She recently launched her company: Friday Creeations a film and stage Production Company, allowing her to transition her skills into filmmaking to broaden her audience while fulfilling her potential. She recently won the 2018 KM Hunter Award for dance through the Ontario arts council, this award is given to those who demonstrate an original artistic voice while encouraging the artist to propel to the next level. Her intention is to awaken people within themselves, creating a shift change in the world by reflecting reality and the human experience. She is currently building a Cultural Creation Centre in her community of Bear Island, Lake Temagami.
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