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The Textile Museum of Canada’s collection consists of more than 15,000 objects including a salmon skin suit from China; 2,000 year old Nazca fragments from Peru; and a hooked rug by artist Florence Ryder (Standing Buffalo Reserve,...

Brief Background: Directed by Dr. Kathy Browning, Faculty of Education, Laurentian University, this project interviewed 14 Indigenous, Francophone, and Anglophone artists in Greater Sudbury and Manitoulin Island about their art...

Learning and listening guides provided by the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra (found under the 'Education' tab).

Digital resources provided by la Direction des ressources éducatives françaises (Manitoba).

Several video and sound clips, including interviews and videos of all of the theatre company’s mainstage plays, interviews, media coverage, seminars, and more.

A basic vocal warmup, provided by Scott Maynard and Music Yukon.

 

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Stay Home Music Activities

At a time when we're all being asked to Stay Home, I'm sending good vibes in the form of music activities for you and the people you are staying home with. Whether you are looking to have some fun or need...

No strings, no sign-ups, just good stuff for you to use in your classroom.

Includes monologues, scenes, performance tips, classroom resources, and more.

The Toolbox currently features grade-specific music education resources addressing fundamentals of rhythm, meter, singing, form, dynamics, articulation, tempo, pitch, and performing.