Announcing the 2018 National Indigenous Media Arts Gathering Website

Press Release

For immediate release 

The 2018 National Indigenous Media Arts Gathering Website is Now Live!

NIMAC and IMAA are pleased to announce the launch of the website for Listen, Witness, Transmit: the upcoming National Indigenous Media Arts Gathering taking place June 12 to 15, 2018 in Saskatoon, SK. Visit the 2018 National Indigenous Media Arts Gathering website regularly to stay up-to-date on the latest conference information on the schedule, discounts for travel and accommodations, sponsor and advertising opportunities, and learn more about guests that you will meet.Listen, Witness, Transmit will feature keynote addresses, panel discussions, workshops, performances, exhibitions and screenings. Each day will employ a resurgence practice: the first day – Listening, the second day – Witnessing, and the third day – Transmitting to build momentum that informs Indigenous pathways of continuities, resilience and relationships through art, the community and the collective.

To register on eventbrite: click here
Early Bird Registrations will be available until May 2, 2018.


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