Reaching Out + Reaching Back

The seventh annual New Sun Conference on Aboriginal Arts will take place on Saturday, March 1, 2008. The conference, which is hosted by Professor Allan Ryan, the New Sun Chair in Aboriginal Art and Culture, will feature presentations by dancer and choreographer Santee Smith (above), actor Michael Greyeyes, filmmaker Tracey Deer, lyric poet Taqralik Partridge, heritage language conservationist Clealls (John Medicine Horse Kelly) and ethnomusicologist and pianist Elaine Keillor. The conference is supported by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the New Sun Fund, administered by the Community Foundation of Ottawa. Readers interested in more information can visit

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