Manitoba Arts Network & Manitoba Hydro’s
Summer Tour 2023
Strengthening relationships with
Indigenous peoples throughout Manitoba.
WITH SPECIAL GUEST DAWN MARIE CHARTRAND
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The Manitoba Arts Network is thrilled to announce that we have received funding from Canada Council for the Arts over the next three years to bring diverse, inclusive, and accessible live events to 10 Indigenous communities and 5 MAN member communities each year. This tour is also supported by Manitoba Hydro, who will help us strengthen our relationships with Indigenous peoples throughout Manitoba.
ABOUT THE TOUR
Strengthening relationships with Indigenous peoples throughout Manitoba.
To continue our goal of providing diverse programming for rural Manitoba communities, Manitoba Arts Network (MAN) is excited to introduce Dawn Marie Chartrand as the touring artist scheduled for July/August 2023.
Dawn Marie Chartrand is an Indigenous singer/songwriter
based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and is from Rolling River First
What to expect?
7 Dates for Northern Communities – July 20-31, 2023
8 Dates for Southern Communities – August 8-15, 2023
Southern Tour – Stun, Kwiat
Northern tour – Jesse Bandura, Greg Personius
Each tour will feature two Indigenous artists alumni from our RBC emerging artist mentorship program who will perform and be mentored by Dawn Marie Chartrand.
Each performance can range from 80-120 minutes, where each community will receive a participatory arts activity before the concert led by Dawn Marie Chartrand.
Community Outreach &
Dawn Marie Chartrand will offer each community a participatory arts activity (youth music class, masterclass, pre-concert talk to the audience, songwriting workshop, etc.) before each concert.
MAN will provide posters and social media graphics and run radio ads on NCI radio to help communities spread the word.
Future Touring Artists
The 2024 featured artist will be Anishinaabe country singer Gator Beaulieu from Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation and Ebb and Flow First Nation. We are so proud of Beaulieu’s success being a 2019 Indigenous emerging artist mentorship program alumni.
What will it cost to
participate in the tour?
We have the answers!
Concerts for Indigenous communities will be free and we ask that the community provide accommodations for the artists. While we ask for a $500 contribution plus provision of accommodations from MAN member communities. The concerts will offer a wide range of music styles, entertainment, and experiences.
Each concert is valued at $3,500 CDN.
Meet The Artists
2023 Emerging Artists
“As an Artist this was my first time showcasing. The opportunity to showcase has given me access to an incredible network that I would have otherwise needed years of effort to reach. It was really and trly a game-changer for someone who has put in serious time developing a show, but just didn’t have the reach and relationships to turn that into a viable business.”