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Celebrating Indigenous arts and culture

  •  Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance
    The Tyendinaga Singers lead the opening dance of the Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance at the Tett Centre on Saturday.
  •  Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance
    The Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance held at the Tett Centre on Saturday capped Aboriginal Awareness Week at Queen's.
  •  Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance
    A women's traditional dancer performs at the Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance at the Tett Centre on Saturday.
  •  Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance
    It was a day of colour, music and dance at the Tett Centre during the Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance.
  •  Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance
    A men's traditional dancer performs at the Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance at the Tett Centre on Saturday.
  •  Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance
    One of the dance forms performed at the Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance was the Prairie Chicken Dance.

It was a day of dancing, music and colour as the Indigenous Celebration of Arts, Culture and Dance was held Saturday at the newly-opened Tett Centre.

Queen's University marked Aboriginal Awareness Week from March 16-21, which was organized by the Queen's Native Students' Association.

Along with crafts and traditional food vendors, the celebration offered up performances – including traditional, fancy and jingle forms – from Haudenosaunee and Anishnabe groups.