Our large-scale muralist will be installing their work throughout the downtown core throughout the entirety of the festival. CLICK HERE to learn and view artist locations. (viewing artists creating in real-time during the festival is conditional on weather conditions.)
The Art Hub on Spring will be open to the public each day of the festival featuring exhibits from multiple artists including SummerMoon Fest alumni Tom Tom Sinclair.
Visit the Hub at their gallery on the second floor of 500 Queen St. E between 10am - 10pm
THE BAAWAATING JERUSALEMA DANCE CHALLENGE
Join members of our Indigenious community and the African Canadian Association of Northern Ontario as they preform Jerusalema - as an act of connecting with so many global dance troops who have preformed this piece through the pandemic.
WHEN: The afternoon of June 21st (Out of respect to those participating from our community and Reserves we yet to have a scheduled start time, please check back for updates)
WHERE: Algoma University Front Lawn (1520 Queen St E)
THE LOFT WORKSHOP SERIES
Led by industry professionals these interdisciplinary artist workshops are free to
all peoples and give you an exclusive behind the scenes look at the creating in multiple formats including:
Introduction to podcasting with Borderline Radio
Introduction to post production with Rolling Pictures
Telling our Stories with Tova Arbus
How to take a story from start to en… with Jesse Jordan
Personal Branding through an Indigenous lens, Unconscious Bias, Intergenerational Understanding and Teamwork and Collaboration with Algoma University
WHEN: 10am-4pm WHERE: The Loft (75 Huron St)
CLICK HERE TO BOOK
STORIES STEEPED IN STONE
Stories Steeped in Stone is a series of live performances by artists who find their inspiration in the stories, cultures and landscape of this region.
In "Spirit Armour" Tracie Louttit prepares for and performs a shawl dance accompanied by the words of her grandfather, Dan Pine Sr. baa.
Theresa Binda shares the story of her hand drum and how it is used in ceremony to honour and give thanks in "Heartbeat of the Land".
Kristin DeAmorim performs a contemporary dance "Current" inspired by and portraying the power and beauty of Lake Superior, the rapids and the St. Marys River.
**Please note this is a ticketed event with limited capacity please call: 705-759-5443 to reserve your space)
WHEN: 7pm WHERE: Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site (800 Bay St)
ART X REVIVE
Revive brings together exhibits of current and recent Algoma University visual arts graduates curated by Andrea Pinheiro, Annie King and Desiree Watson. Wish special appearances from this years muralists. Hosted at Rolling Pictures - a phenomenal post production facility and gallery space.
WHEN: 6-9:30pm WHERE: Rolling Pictures (498 Queen St. E)
SMF OPEN AIR MARKET
Join us for our open air artisan market, featuring works both inside the market building and underneath tents in the open air. Artisan will be on site with specific focus on: Indigenous creators, local produce, art creation and ore.
WHEN: 9am-4pm WHERE: Mill Market (35 Canal Drive)
YNCU MAIN STAGE
JUNE 25 MILL MARKET 35 CANAL DR
THE MAIN STAGE WILL KICK OFF LATE AFTERNOON
WITH WORDS FROM OUR INDIGENOUS PARTNERS AND SPONSORS, FOLLOWED BY TRADITIONAL INDIGENIOUS PERFORMANCES FOLLOWED BY OUR MAIN EVENT:
SNOTTY NOSE REZ KIDS