Tipi Confessions, Unsettle the Future: Re-Story, Research & Reclaim Indigenous Sexualities & Relations, the creative performance extension of the RELAB research-creation symposium of the same name featured a range of dance, spoken word, storytelling, [...]
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Tipi Confessions got into bed with the Toronto Queer Film Festival, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective/ Collectif des commissaires autochtones, FADO Performance Art Centre, OPIRG Toronto, and the Bonham Centre [...]
During the deep chill of the 2019 polar vortex, Tipi Confessions cranked the heat in La Cité Francophone theatre space to Decolonize Valentine’s Day with special guest Janet Marie Rogers. We also featured performances [...]
Many of the world’s greatest thinkers are worried that we humans are having wrenching effects on our environment, that ecosystems and social systems in turn are collapsing around us. In popular culture--in films, novels, [...]
Seasoned Sex. Cooler summer mornings shifting into longer fall evenings. Inspired by how our bodies respond to the changing seasons, we recognize that our favourite fleshy fruits, like different types of berries ripen and [...]
One evening in July 2017 in Tucson, Arizona, the Summer internship for INdigenous peoples in Genomics (SING) faculty were socializing at the end of a long day of teaching participants about genetic science and [...]
Indigenous Studies thinks a lot about apocalypse, and not only because we’re zombie film fans. But we also think about apocalypse because many Indigenous thinkers, scientists, artists are worried that we humans are having [...]
In June 2017, Tipi Confessions produced our fourth show alongside the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) annual meeting. MC’ed by Tracy Bear, Kim TallBear, [...]
We produced our third show in February 2017 at the University of Saskatchewan in collaboration with OUTSaskatoon. They approached us after [...]
The inaugural Tipi Confessions, during the Faculty of Native Studies Indigenous Masculinities Symposium, MC’ed by Tracy Bear and Jodi Calahoo-Stonehouse, featured performances by Joshua Whitehead, Billy-Ray Belcourt, Tashina Makokis, Kim TallBear, and Richard VanCamp. [...]