Sedeghi-Yekta (right) rehearses with community participants tsatassaya|Tracey White and suy’thlumaat|Kendra-Anne Page.

Theatre festival focuses on language reawakening

Theatre professor Kirsten Sadeghi-Yekta believes applied theatre techniques can be an important part of the language-learning equation, and this month’s Indigenous Theatre Festival Reawakening Language on Stage offers a glimpse into how performance can powerfully augment classroom education.  

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Artist Carey Newman presents a hand-carved paddle to a member of the Victoria Forum

Paddle as symbol of reconciliation

At the 2022 Victoria Forum, global delegates will discuss the Commonwealth lək̓ʷəŋən Sport Declaration on Truth, Reconciliation and Partnership with Indigenous Peoples.

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The new West Shore campus will be located at 798 Goldstream Ave. in downtown Langford.

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The new West Shore campus will be located at 798 Goldstream Ave. in downtown Langford. Photo Credit: BoForm, courtesy of hcma.

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Farquhar set to amplify Indigenous voices

The University of Victoria and the Farquhar at UVic have launched a series to showcase emerging Indigenous artists.

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Urban green thumb

MBA students help propel Topsoil to new heights of food production success.

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Rebalancing the scales

Music professor Adam Con brings equity, diversity and inclusion into the classroom.

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Equal access

Improving Indigenous communities' access to reproductive health services

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