The identities of Aboriginal peoples are tied to the land.  It is expressed and continually renewed through the material objects produced, the raw resources gathered and processes to make them; other cultural expressions like music, dance, food, stories, art, and language; and on the landscape such as through place names and place-based knowledge that come from or are connected to the land. Reproduction, renewal, and remembrance of these, from the elder generation to the young, are essential for cultural retention and continuity.

  • Cultural Retention/Revitalization Programs;

  • Museum/Cultural Centre: collections management, policies, care and handling, grant funding sourcing and application. 

Woven Paths Projects

  • Client Cultural Centre architectural plan revision, Feasibility Study supplemental, introduction letter and information package
     
  • Sourcing Cultural Centre grant funding for client 


Additional Services