Shows


Nov
30
8:00 PM20:00

The Future Imaginary

Radically Shifting Our Indigenous Futures Through Art, Scholarship, & Technology

The third annual (and first public!) Symposium on the Future Imaginary will showcase a critical mass of artists, community activists, curators and academics presenting their visions of the future of Indigenous people. From November 30 to December 2, join us for an exciting three days of multidisciplinary conversations about Indigenous art & media, scholarship, and cultural innovation at the Winnipeg Art Gallery and University of Winnipeg.

Tara is scheduled to perform at the Thursday evening Cultural Performance at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. 

Check back for more details and register for the full conference here

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Oct
20
9:30 PM21:30

Guswenta Cabaret

  • Young Centre for the Performing Arts (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Guswenta Wampum Belt, commonly referred to as the Two Row Wampum, is a mutual treaty agreement created in 1613 between the Haudenosaunee people and the Dutch settlers. The Belt ensures both parties conduct themselves in all proceedings as equals, contemporaries, each traveling in their own canoe without interrupting the other’s path.

Programmed by Falen Johnson and Cole Alvis, the Guswenta Gathering brings Indigenous artists to Soulpepper with presentations of theatre, dance, music and art. Programming will highlight art that speaks to the lands and waterways where The Young Centre for the Performing Arts sits.

For more info, click HERE

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Jun
1
7:00 PM19:00

Water is Life Music Benefit

Water For Life Benefit Concert presented in partnership with Hart House Theatre, and the Hart House Farm and Social Justice Committees. 

We are holding the WATER IS LIFE music benefit, with proceeds going to Grandmother Josephine's last Water Walk this spring and summer AND to the Onaman Collective's Culture Camp Forever, that will begin to be built in May. 

"Special appearances" include the following acts:

Digging Roots, Tara Williamson, Marie Gaudet, Ansley Simpson, Cris Derksen, Jenny Blackbird, Marc Meriläinen, Arthur Renwick, Andy Mason, Isaac Murdoch, Christi Belcourt, Shawn Belcourt, Gillian Austin, Rosary Spence, Cliff Cardinal & The Skylarks, and The Ollivanders....plus The Water Is Life band, a rockabilly/punk/roots fusion group....

There will be a silent art auction also....artists such as Christi Belcourt are generously donating work.

Ticket prices are $25 for non-students and $15 for students, available SOON through the Hart House Theatre Box Office. 

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May
6
7:00 PM19:00

With Mob Bounce, Tara Williamson, Denise Valle & T-Rhyme

On May 6th, 2017 @ The Underground Cafe in Saskatoon, SK, come out to celebrate Indigenous Music with Indigenous Music Awards Nominee's, Mob Bounce and Tara Williamson, with special guests Denise Valle and T-Rhyme. The show is for ALL AGES and Admission will be $15.00,Students - $10.00, and Youth ages 13 & Under are FREE.

Hosted by Eekwol and Aunty Leah.

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Jan
28
to Jan 29

Water is Life: Benefit for Standing Rock

On the Saturday evening of ReFrame Film Festival, join us for a night of music and spoken word! Celebrate incredible local talent, while raising funds for Standing Rock. Support healthy futures of resistance to resource extraction and solidarity with our water protectors. Featuring performances by Words on Fire Youth Poets, Dawn Martin, Angela Semple, Tara Willamson, and Sean Conway. 

FB Event HERE

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Jan
21
7:00 PM19:00

Arts Everywhere Festival - On Being Clown: Failing and Reconciling in Canada

Tara will be providing musical accompaniment, reprieve, and performance for this innovative conversation on reconciliation.

For settlers, reconciliation requires the ability and the will to acknowledge, to absorb, and confront failures.  As a practice embedded in several cultures and traditions, clowning disrupts conventional understanding of, and relationships to failure and success. For the clown, the path to success is often informed and enriched through a fearless relationship with failure. Given this unique privileging of the potential and possibilities achieved through failure, clowns may be well positioned to offer unique insights and tools into important actions of advancing (radical) reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in the place we now call Canada.

Arts Everywhere website HERE

FB Event Page HERE

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Aug
12
12:00 PM12:00

Aboriginal Music Week - Austin Street Festival

  • Austin Street (between Euclid & Selkirk) Winnipeg, MB, R3B Canada (map)
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Tara Williamson and the Good Liars perform at Aboriginal Music Week in Winnipeg!

AMW Stage presented by NOW Country at Austin Street Festival (details)
Jade Turner, Ila Barker, Ashley Robertson, David Morin, Tara Williamson, Kristi Lane Sinclair, Billy Simard, Buffalo Gals, special guests
Austin Street, between Euclid Avenue and Selkirk Avenue
Friday, August 12, 2016
12 p.m. - 5 p.m. 
Free |  All ages
Free BBQ, activity stations for kids, bring lawn chairs
Community Partner: North Point Douglas Women's Centre

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Jan
16
8:00 PM20:00

Tara Williamson Presents: Music You Haven't Heard Yet

I'll play some new stuff, sure. But, it's the guests you should be excited for.
Like the extremely talented Ansley Simpson who's coming in from Toronto. Check out the Soundcloud here: https://soundcloud.com/ansleysings

And the stunning and always surprising Michael Dudeck coming in from Winnipeg/New York/Rome. Check out his website here:www.michaeldudeck.com

There will also be highly anticipated appearances by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson and Matt Greco

I'll play some songs too. 

It'll be warm inside. It'll be great. You'll see. Trust me on this one.

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Dec
18
to Dec 19

Basement Revue

The Basement Revue breaks tradition to reveal a star-studded fundraiser to raise support for missing and murdered aboriginal women.

On December 18, 2014 at the Opera House in Toronto’s East End, Joseph Boyden, A Tribe Called Red, Jennifer Castle, Lee Maracle, Naomi Klein, Leanne Simpson, Tara Williamson, Shary Boyle, Emily Vey Duke, Cris Derkson, and special guests will come together to celebrate community.

For more info, check out the Facebook link HERE

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Oct
4
6:30 PM18:30

Sisters In Spirit Vigil - Toronto

Native Women's Resource Centre of Toronto will once again be hosting Toronto’s "Sisters In Spirit Vigil" at Allan Gardens Park on Saturday, October 4th from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.

Tara will be one of many featured performers this evening performing unplugged.

Check out the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1469168156683383/ 

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Oct
3
7:00 PM19:00

RMG Fridays - at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery

On the first Friday of the month, join the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in celebrating local talent. The gallery buzzes with live musical performances, interactive art experiences, open gallery spaces, social mingling and more. Suitable for music lovers, youth, families, date nights, and culture-vultures.

RMG Fridays October highlights Culture Counts: The Oshawa Arts, Culture and Heritage Plan. We’ve invited City Council candidates to come and discuss what “Culture Counts” means to them! Local duo Darling and the Fox perform followed by a not-to-be-missed performance by First Nations poet and singer Tara Williamson. This evening also celebrates the opening of Reading the Talk.

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