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Paul Kane Watercolour - Ojibwe Cermonial Drum
Painted Cree Frame Drum
Cedar Box Drum
Frame Drum with 2 Snares
Octagonal Painted Frame Drum
Butterfly Painted Frame Drum
Ojibwe Frame Drum
Cedar Log Drum
Raven Wolf Drum
Halibut Drum
Dzunukwa Mask
Kwigwis Mask
Bakwas Mask
Deaf Man Mask
Nulamal Mask
Crooked Beak Mask
Baxbakwalanuksiwe Mask
Owl Mask
Ancestor Mask
Xwi Xwi Mask

Scholarly Essays

Gain historical and contemporary insight into First Nations Dances in Canada. Noted Scholars speak to and about dance in various contexts. These articles provide a lens on Native Dance for the first time anywhere.

"Bones: An Aboriginal Dance Opera" by Sadie Buck Interview by Elma Miller

A guide to the opera "Bones" and interview with the creative force behind it, Sadie Buck.
Iglulik Inuit Drum Dance By Paula Conlon

An exploration of Traditional Inuit Dance.
The Notation of Native American Dance
By Mary Channen Caldwell

The Notation of Native American Dance: Systems of Dance Transcription and the Work of Gertrude P. Kurath


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