Sunday, June 21st, the National Music Centre celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day with Speak Up! The online exhibition will highlight 13 Indigenous artists making social and political impacts in Canada.
It will feature music, photos, storytelling focusing on the work of artists like Jeremy Dutcher, iskwe, Willie Dunn, Tanya Tagaq and Kinnie Starr.
CKUA’s own Terry David Mulligan recently had the opportunity to talk to Kinnie Starr about the project. She spoke about the current state of the music industry, and her hopes for what the exhibition will mean for the next generation of Canadian talent:
The National Music Centre’s Speak Up! exhibition kicks off Sunday to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day. You can find details on Studio Bell’s website. Subscribe to the Mulligan Stew podcast for more from Terry’s conversation with Kinnie Starr.