GLOBAL FIRST NATIONS EXCHANGE
Throughout APAM 2018, First Nations artists, producers and presenters from around the world are invited on a journey of engagement. Building on the Tri-Nations market development goals at APAM 2016, the First Nations Exchange provides the global Indigenous performing arts sectorsignificant opportunities to network, increase visibility and mobilisation and promote Indigenous-led market development discussion and outcomes.
The First Nations Exchange includes a Global First Nations Spotlight: The Original Peoples’ Party on Tuesday, 20 February 2018.
The First Nations Exchange program is being produced by Angela Flynn and Kukuni Arts. Co-Facilitated by Amber Curreen, Ben Graetz and Denise Bolduc, the design is supported by an international Tri Nation’s curatorial advisory group: Ben Graetz (Muran, Malak Malak and Badu Island), Angela Flynn (Tiwi, Larrakia and Chinese), Dolina Wehipeihana (Ngati Tukorehe, Ngati Raukawa), Amber Curreen (Ngāpuhi, Pākehā), Tānemahuta Gray (Ngāi Tahu, Rangitāne, Tainui), and Denise Bolduc (Anishinaabe, Lake Superior territory and member of the Batchewana First Nation).
Places in this program are strictly limited. To be accepted delegates were required to submit an Expression of Interest to their relevant organisation in December.
For further information regarding the Global First Nations Exchange please contact Angela Flynn | email@example.com.
Angela Flynn and Kukuni Arts
- Amber Curreen
- Denise Bolduc
- Ben Graetz
Image: Will Taylor