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Residencies - Workshops

Wild Mint Arts provides quality dance, arts, and culture in-school programming to support and empower Indigenous youth within the education system.

These residencies and programming are not available for non-Indigenous students to participate in.


For more information on these workshops, please contact us. We work with the Indigenous team/educators at the school to custom build empowerment programs. 





Hoop Dance Residencies bring a Hoop Dance teacher into the school or community for 1 - 2 weeks. We work closely with the school and local elders/community workers. We encourage the participation of local Indigenous knowledge keepers to share during our time in the community as to empower local Indigenous knowledge.

There are several formats this could take in a school or community. This residency is a creative residency (4 days - 2 weeks). Schools opt for one or two grades, divisions, or 1 combined class of Indigenous students. Communities can 

Please contact for a pricing matrix and availability as well as more information for schools.


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Dance Workshops range from 1 hr - 2 days for Indigenous community organizations, after school programs for Indigenous youth, Indigenous pre-schools, First Nation kindergartens. We do offer workshops for non-Indigenous combined high school classes, universities classes, and churches. 

Participants can experience powwow dance, hoop dance and creative movement while learning about local Indigenous context and histories. Workshop are tailored to the age group and needs.  Instructors have years of experience working with all age groups as well as working in post-secondary.

Please contact for pricing and availability.



The music workshop is offered to empower  Indigenous students within the music curriculum.  The artists who offer this program are formally trained in Western forms while maintaining strong connections to their Indigenous traditions. 

Workshops run from 30 minutes to two days.  Students are introduced to Indigenous language and songs, as well as various instruments.  This is a participatory workshop for all ages.

Please contact for more information.

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