Events

The Next 40 Years: FNUniv Capital Campaign

A National Gathering Place for Reconciliation
A National Gathering Place for Reconciliation

First Nations University of Canada and Scott Collegiate Graduate Powwow

2016 Graduate Powwow
2016 Graduate Powwow

CINSA 2016 Registration Now Open

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Book Launch Invitation

Book Launch Invitation
Book Launch Invitation
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Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling, 2016

Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling, 2016
Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling, 2016

Canadian Space Agency Astronaut, David Saint-Jacques, to Give Talk at the First Nations University of Canada and Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology

Saint-Jacques Event Advisory
Saint-Jacques Event Advisory

Indigenous Artists Symposium & Storytellers Festival, “Activism and Education Through the Arts.”

Please see the below poster for the upcoming Indigenous Artists Symposium & Storytellers Festival, “Activism and Education Through the Arts.” This symposium is scheduled for February 24-27, 2016 in Regina and will bring together Indigenous artists, curators, educators, and funders from across Saskatchewan and Canada to speak about art as a powerful voice for making change. Please pass this information on to anyone you feel may be interested in attending.

The event is free to attend, and all venues are wheelchair accessible.

Thank you for your support of this important gathering.

Event Poster
Event Poster

Canadian Indigenous/Native Studies Association 2016 Conference

CINSA 2016
CINSA 2016

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde presents: Building a stronger Canada for all of us: closing the gap in the quality of life for First Nations people

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation - Community Engagement Session

Performing Turtle Island

​A Gathering of Indigenous Theatre and Performance

Plain Red Art Gallery Presents Beads Sweat & Plaster - Student Art Exhibit

Book Launch Celebration for An Arrow In My Heart: A First Nations Woman's Account of Survival from the Streets to the Height of Academia

​First Nations University of Canada, Regina Campus and JCharlton Publishing Ltd. cordially invite you to celebrate the publication of Dr. Sharon L. Acoose’s An Arrow In My Heart: A First Nations Woman’s Account of Survival from the Streets to the Height of Academia.

Book Launch: Teaching Each Other: Nehinuw Concepts and Indigenous Pedagogies

First Nations University of Canada’s Regina and Prince Albert Campuses and UBC Press invite you to two events to celebrate the publication of FNUniv Professor of Indigenous Education Linda M. Goulet and Keith N. Goulet’s Teaching Each Other: Nehinuw Concepts and Indigenous Pedagogies, recently nominated for a Saskatchewan Book Award.

Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling 2015 - Prince Albert

Artist and Performer Biographies

Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling 2015

Copper Thunderbird: The Art of Norval Morrisseau

Copper Thunderbird: The Art of Norval Morrisseau
Copper Thunderbird: The Art of Norval Morrisseau

“Do you believe laughter is the best medicine?”

Come hear Solomon Ratt, Woods Cree speaker and educator from Stanley Mission, Saskatchewan read from his book, Woods Cree Stories!

Wednesday, October 29th – noon – 1:00 p.m.

Veterans Memorial Tipi

First Nations University of Canada’s Regina Campus

1 First Nations Way, Regina, SK

“The Orenda”

Canadian novelist and short story writer Joseph Boyden is the author of three award-winning novels. Three Day Road, Through Black Spruce and Orendo, Of Irish, Scottish and Anishinaabe Heritage. Boyden’s work focuses on First Nations heritage and culture.

Thursday, October 16th – 7:30 p.m.

Education Auditorium

University of Regina

Artist Showcase: Jeanette Munroe

Please join us for an artist showcase and reception of local artist Jeanette Munroe. Jeanette will be in attendance to discuss her art.

Wednesday, September 24th – 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

First Nations University of Canada – Northern Campus Library

The Ephemerals

Unpacking ideas of cultural appropriation, misrepresentation and general identity politics.

September 4th – October 17th

Reception: September 4th – 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

FNUniv Art Gallery

Mural by Corey Bulpitt & Aime Milot

In partnership with Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture at the McKenzie Art Gallery.

July 4th – September 7th

Opening Reception July 4th-7th – 9:00 p.m.

First Nations University of Canada Art Gallery

Sharing a Framework for Aboriginal Mathematics Education and What It Means for Teaching

This presentation will share the findings of a research project examining what culturally responsive mathematics education means for Mi’kmaw communities and what implications this work has for Aboriginal Mathematics education more broadly.

Wednesday, April 30th – 2:00 p.m.

University of Regina

Education Building – Room 101

Imagining Canada’s Future: A First Nations, Metis & Inuit Research Showcase

This free event is open to the public. It is designed to the research of First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) researchers and allies working with Indigenous peoples, communities and organizations.

March 24 – 28, 2014

University of Regina

Indigenous Artist Talk with Dione Joseph

“Why we need to pause before we clap: Exploring notions of expression and merit in Indigenous performance”.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 – 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

First Nations University of Canada – Regina Campus

Veterans Memorial Tipi