Mic-Ma’ storyteller Robert Seven Crows meets Métis storyteller Ron Evans. Weaving between traditional stories, myth, oral history and personal narrative, they will bring their audience on an unforgettable journey through First Peoples stories and experiences, both traditional and contemporary.
This event is part of the Québec Intercultural Storytelling Festival
Saturday, October 24thTime:
$10, includes entrance to the Museum.
Independent ticket office on site. Cash only please.Ron Evans
Ron Evans is a Metis oral historian, mythteller, and teacher from Western Canada. He has travelled widely telling his stories and teaching. He was raised in the traditional ways of his people, learning from elders. He continues to live this tradition by telling the old stories, which are a basic part of his life, not a performance art. He is the honorary storytelling “elder” of the Québec Intercultural Storytelling Festival.Robert Seven Crows
Robert Seven-Crows was born in Lachine, Quebec, departure site of the great Voyageur canoes. His childhood was shared between Gaspé and Lachine. Robert Seven-Crows has worked with First Nations men in the Canadian and Quebec prison systems as a traditional resource person. For many years the “Kumik Elders Lodge”, at Indian and northern affairs Canada, has asked Robert to be present as an elder. With his partner, Joan Pawnee, he has worked with youth in social reinsertion for the Ministry of youth, sports and associative living in France. He is a singer/songwriter, musician, an award winning storyteller and for many years he has participated in festivals in Quebec, Canada, Europe, Lebanon, England, the USA, Africa and New Caledonia.