The N'we Jinan Arts Festival is a celebration student showcase highlighting the artistic talents & achievements of the Indigenous youth connected to our arts programs. Selected students will be travelling from their communities to share their art with the public at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

There will be musical performances, video screenings, a visual arts showcase, photo booth, live DJs & dancing and a chance to connect with the youth behind all the incredible art that has been circulating through our social media.

This event is free, all ages and open to the public. Registration to our festival is closed to the public.

Confirmed communities:
{N'we Jinan Integrative Arts Program}
Ditidaht First Nation, BC.
Tsay Keh Dene Nation, BC.
Pikangikum First Nation, ON.
Penticton Indian Band, BC.
Klemtu, BC.
Kawacatoose First Nation, SK.
Tl'etinqox, BC.
Witset, BC.
Bella Bella, BC.

{Mikw Chiyam Arts Concentration Program}
Mistissini Cree Nation, QC.
Nemaska Cree Nation, QC.
Chisasibi Cree Nation, QC.
Whapmagoostui Cree Nation, QC.
Waskaganish Cree Nation, QC.

7:00PM - Doors Open - Art Show Commencement
7:30PM - Film Screenings
8:00PM - Simple Human Tribe (Music Performace)
8:05PM - Outma Sqilx'w Cultural School Performance
8:15PM - Hazel Waskewitch Performance
8:20PM - Kawacatoose Hip-Hop Showcase
8:30PM - Kitasoo Community School
8:40PM - Niki McIntosh Performance
8:45PM - Classic Roots & Vangorian (DJ Set)