Tribal Vision Dance 2017-08-03T14:52:13+00:00

Project Description

Tribal Vision Dance

Visions of Turtle Island – Performance

Explore First Nations history and traditions and confront stereotypes in this high-energy, multidisciplinary performance. Visions of Turtle Island includes live singing, dancing, and video and image presentations to help explain the dances and illustrate the cultural experience of First Nations peoples in Canada. The performance ends with the traditional Hoop Dance which embodies a message of interconnectedness.

First Nations Song & Dance – Workshop

This high energy workshop is broken into two parts. Students will first learn the essentials of First Nations music and be taught a simple song. They will then be introduced to First Nations dancing, including how and why people dance, and they will pick up basic steps and moves. Throughout the workshop, participants will get to play team-building games to reinforce what they have learned.

Booking Inquiry

Curriculum Connections

  • Meaning and symbolism of First Nations stories, dance and regalia
  • Respect and responsibility for the natural world

Booking Details

School Performance Fee: $900.00 + HST
School Workshop Fee: $360-900 + HST
Audience Size: 500
Workshop Size: 50 (Gr. 1-12)
Grades: K-8 (Also available for High Schools)
Language: English
Availability: Year-Round

About Tribal Vision Dance

Tribal Vision Dance is a family dance troupe from the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. The group is comprised of champion singers and dancers with a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with young audiences and families to build a deeper understanding and appreciation of First Nations culture.

“I really enjoyed watching your performance. The best part was when you did the hoop dancing. I really liked all the animals you made.”

Student, Stephen Saywell PS, Oshawa