Arrivals Legacy Project
An inter-arts organisation that centres the creative voices of African, Indigenous and Racialized artists.
What We Do
We accompany creators as they unearth their personal and cultural histories using conventional research and embodied recovery tools, cross-cultural exchange and performative story-making.
We bring together creative communities that are curious to share their stories and spark new and unexpected connections and insights. We invite new audiences to witness and engage the legacies we carry and those left behind.
We support artists to deepen their practice of reflecting on the wider implications of their emerging stories through in-studio and virtual processes that confront the challenges of cross-cultural collaboration with Ancestral sources.
Our exciting, soon-to-be-launched, virtual collaboration space will provide opportunities for Arrivals artists to seed new ideas, works and exchanges around their ancestral stories.
First ALP Strategic Retreat: Fresh Insight ... and Some New Questions
In early May, the ALP team, board, and two advisory artists trekked from across Canada to Tio’tia:ke/Mooniyang (Montreal), for our…
Do you want to work with Arrivals Legacy Project? We have two exciting new opportunities to share! We’re hiring a Project…
Seeds Need Space
Sharon Jinkerson-Brass is a member of Key First Nation (Anishnaabe) in Saskatchewan. After surviving the sixties scoop, she reunited with…