Summer Institute: Truth and Reconciliation – Implementing the Calls To Action
3115 Conservation Road
Milton, ON L9T 2X3
$25 plus HST per person
Crawford Lake Conservation Area is pleased to welcome noted speaker Eddy Robinson adn artist/educator Reagan Kennedy to present a special workshop – “Truth and Reconciliation: Implementing the Calls To Action – Summer Institute” for educators and interested members of the public. During this day of learning, Eddy and Reagan will bring attention and awareness to the impacts of Residential Schools and how the Calls to Action of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission can and should be honoured in every classroom.
Join us in the Deer Clan Longhouse, a stunning modern space located within a reconstructed 15th century Iroquoian Village, to learn how you can play a role in building relationships between people and communities
Admission includes park entrance and parking. Stay the day and explore the 15th century Iroquoian Village and rare meromictic lake located at Crawford Lake Conservation Area! Tea & coffee will be served.
About Reagan Kennedy
Reagan Kennedy is a multi-disciplinary artist, curator and arts educator of Lenni-Lenape descent. With a background in community arts programming, Reagan has worked for various organizations including the Station Gallery, OCAD University and the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto. She is a graduate of OCAD University where she completed her degree in Criticism & Curatorial Practice and Indigenous Visual Culture. In 2014 Reagan debuted her major body of work in the inaugural exhibition of the Deer Clan Longhouse at Crawford Lake Conservation Area titled Exchanges and Changes: Comprehensive Narratives. She is currently the Arts Program Coordinator for 7th Generation Image Makers of Native Child and Family Services of Toronto.