Ryan McMahon, known as “the fastest rising Native comedian working in North America today” closed of his cross Canada “Unreserved” tour with a final stop (to a sold out house) at the Larry E. Lewis Studio, here at the Debajehmujig Creation Centre. The house was full of both laughter and tears. Ryan was quite excited about performing on the Debaj stage and decided late in the game that it would be his final stop on the tour. “This has been by far the best stop on the tour…the tour itself was full of ups and downs and Debajehmujig was definitely a highlight” – Ryan McMahon
The K.B. Reynolds Mastin Gallery has been in operation for the last three years and has had several shows for emerging, mid-career and established artists. Ania Ek came to Debajehmujig in September 2012 to begin her internship and finished and eight week program with an exhibition in the K.B. Reyholds Mastin Gallery. She was mentored through all the necessary steps in taking an exhibition from concept to reality.
December 7, 2012
An Exhibition of New Work
by Ron Berti with Arthur Berti
Welcoming Address to the 2012-2013 Student Body
As we welcome this new group of bright, talented, young, emerging artists, it is important that we also recognize where we stand at this moment in time in the ongoing journey of the company as a whole, and upon whose shoulders you will now be lifted up to greater heights than ever before.
October 5 - 7, 2014
What is The Six Foot Festival, and Why 6 Feet?
A few years ago, we decided to plant a company garden. We were very excited when it actually started to grow. We loved our garden, and we played in it. We were proud of it. But ultimately, it didn’t really provide us with much food.
Debajehmujig - Storytellers Proudly Presents:
Three Phases of Kwe:
Three New One-Woman Shows
Three years ago, we were approached by two local doctors, Dr. Nick Jeeves and Dr. Maurianne Reade, to explore the potential of animating the teaching scenarios that were devised by local health professionals, to teach interdisciplinary emergency medicine in a wilderness setting.
The number of volunteers is 900
The number of bikes is unfathomable
The number of artists and visitors is thousands and thousands
There may be an over-abundance of wind
A few days ago, The Global Savages arrived by ferry on the Terschelling Island, off the coast of the Netherlands at the North Sea. For several days, the storytellers will travel the Island and meet the people and communities, to become more familiar with the way of life of the on this unique and beautiful Island.
Having left Turtle Island on May 31, 2012 The Global Savages are making their way to the Oerol Festival at Terschelling in the Netherlands. Landing in Paris – a centre for education and ideas – The Global Savages made their way through this ‘City of Light’ – so named during the Age of Enlightenment –connecting with the people on the streets and in constant search for those who will listen to their story.