Master Class with Makka Kleist On Stage Presence

December 7, 2003

These unique master classes reflect Red Sky's goal to provide the opportunity to theatre, dance, music, storytelling and film professionals for intimate face-to-face exchanges with others who can share their experiences, skills and pass on seasoned advice.

Makka Kleist is an accomplished actor, director and teacher. She is Inuk originally from Greenland, and has trained extensively with Tuukkaq Theatre in Denmark, and performed in Tuukkaq's "Nattoralik", "Kattutta, "Eqqartuussisuaraq", and "Uaajeerneq in Greenland, Scandinavia, Holland, France, Germany, United States and Canada. She has also worked with Silamuit Theatre, North Atlantic Cultural Cooperation, Native Earth, and was a coordinator for the Inuit Circumpolar Conference in Nuuk and Kuujjuaq in Greenland.

Guild Room, Equity Showcase Theatre
651 Dufferin Street
Toronto, Ontario
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Toronto’s International Pow Wow

November 29 - 30, 2003

Red Sky's interactive festival booth attracted thousands of people at the Toronto International Pow Wow, the largest annual pow wow in North America.

Thousands of people from the Aboriginal and mainstream communities, and from all parts of Ontario, Canada and the U.S. attended this event. Red Sky provided and distributed information, signed visitors on to our mailing list, promoted upcoming events, and provided audiences with the opportunity to watch performance excerpts of Red Sky on a looped DVD.

Toronto, Ontario

Red Sky as part of Creative Places & Spaces International Conference

October 18, 2003

Sandra Laronde and Rick Sacks performed an excerpt of Caribou Song at the "Creative Places & Spaces" international conference of 500 delegates at Toronto's Design Exchange presented by Toronto Artscape in association with the Canadian Urban Institute and Artspace Projects of Minneapolis.

Toronto, Ontario

Red Sky Workshop at the Splitting the Sky Festival

August 23, 2003

An inspiring Movement and Voice workshop for emerging Aboriginal performers at the Splitting the Sky Festival hosted by the Indigenous Artistic Service Organization of British Columbia.

Western Canadian Theatre
Kamloops, British Columbia

Dancing Americas excerpt at Harbourfront’s World Fare

July 19, 2003

Sandra Laronde and Carlos Rivera perform dance excerpts from Red Sky's Dancing Americas.

A stunning new dance piece conceived by Sandra Laronde with choreography by Peter Chin. These excerpts explore the First Peoples of the Americas through the metaphor of the migratory Monarch butterfly.

Ann Tindall Stage
Harbourfront Centre, York Quay
235 Queen's Quay Centre
Toronto, Ontario

Master Class on Deer Dance and Mayo Culture with Carlos Rivera

April 1, 2003

These unique master classes reflect Red Sky's goal to provide intimate face-to-face exchanges with professional artists, community and others who can share their experiences, skills and pass on seasoned advice.

Gardiner Museum
Toronto, Ontario

All Things are Connected Community Celebration with Red Sky

February 23, 2003

Red Sky's sneak preview of excerpts from Dancing Americas with Red Sky's Artistic Director Sandra Laronde, choreographer Peter Chin and performers Carlos Rivera, Marina Acevedo and Andrea Zavala at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas West, Toronto
Toronto, Ontario
1:00pm - 4:00pm