The Eagle and Condor Collective
We are a grassroots collective of Indigenous Artists, Musicians, Elders, Knowledge carriers, and allies seeking to better share the traditional knowledge and contemporary realities of our nations across the Americas. We create ways to share with the public and to advocate for the protection of our languages, cultural traditions, food sovereignty, and of Pachamama - Tierra Madre- Mother Earth. We are all connected!
You are Invited to Circle of Diverse Indigeneity - Thursday Sept. 16th, 6:30pm
Shenkman Center for the Arts, 245 Centrum Blvd., Ottawa (Orleans)
Doors open at 6 pm - social distancing at cafe tables will be in effect - as will mask usuage and pre-screening.
Click on this button link to DONATE to the collective and get one of the limited tickets for the in person audience seats, or opt for livestreaming access tickets, or donate if you cannot attend f2f or virtually. This is a barriers free event so all donations are welcome!
Click on this button to learn more about the perfomers, the artists and the producers of this event!
We still have a few art kits available!
Edgar has prepared these videos to explain what are in the free art kits we are distributing for adults and for families! They come with a nature kit too! click on each photo below to see the video!
Visit the Neighbourhood Arts tab under Circle of Life to see more about this art project that features the art kit and online videos which we are posting regularly until Oct. 2021! There is still time to join us on this art adventure!
About the Collective
The collective, was founded in 2017 by Marg Boyle (Mi'gmaw/ Abenaki Metissage) with the support and assistance of Indigenous community members and elders. Our first event was a spiritual gathering at the Origin Arts and Community Center in Ottawa, Canada and since then we have organized other activities. We are now doing a project in a specific neighbourhood. See the People page for information on some of the artists, musicians, and traditional knowledge carriers who have supported the collective. Visit Neighbhourhood Arts for info. on our current project. See Social Media, below for links to our social media pages! Also see Past Events, below for photos and info. about what we have done to date.