Moving in Mi'kma'ki - a workshop with Sarah Prosper
The Department of Theatre Presents:
"Moving in Mi’kma’ki invites you, a mover, artist, dancer, and person who wants to learn about the land we live from in Mi’kma’ki. Through this class the Mi’kmaq language, elder relation teachings, and Indigenous based movement will be an integral component of our welcoming learning space for ALL. Becoming and understanding all of our relations by acknowledging we each have an inherent responsibility to our future history. Piskwa’ ~ Come In."
- Sarah Prosper
Monday November 6th, 2023 at 4 pm
University Hall, Room 201
Open to all ages and skill levels. No previous experience required.
Sarah Prosper is a Mi’kmaq Multidisciplinary movement Artist raised in Eskasoni First Nation.
An award winner of the 2022 Nova Scotia Indigenous Artist Recognition Award, Prosper performs and creates in community and on National stages in collaboration with renowned artists. Prosper’s practice encompasses a lens that deepens the threads of respect and reciprocity to dance, movement, Indigenous wellness, social sciences, social justice, mental health & the land.