On the official first day of the Edinburgh festival Indigenous Contemporary Scene's Artistic Director Émilie Monnet introduces the inaugural #ICSScotland programme.
We spoke to Lara Kramer recently about each of these exciting contemporary works and found out what motivated her to create them.
We asked Tomson to tell us a little bit about Songs in the Key of Cree which he presents at CanadaHub this summer.
ARTICLE 11 return to CanadaHub with their acclaimed Deer Woman.
Evalyn Parry & Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory spoke to us about the inspiration behind the development of Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools.
Over the last few days Lara Kramer and Émilie Monnet's This Time Will be Different opened at the Festival TransAmériques in Montreal.
The Indigenous Contemporary Scene (ICS) programme offers a unique creative opportunity for Scottish and Indigenous artists and performers to collaborate with one another, to share their cultural knowledge and to provide their unique perspectives on today’s world and the issues Indigenous peoples face.