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This year we invite you for a special event featuring two amazing Indigenous artists!


Admission 15$

June 15 - Doors at 7p.m., show at 7:30p.m.

Salle Bernard LeBlanc, Centre culturel Aberdeen


Jan Martin is SUMMONER BREEZE, a Queer Two-Spirit artist & member of the Listuguj Mi'kmaq Nation who draws inspiration from personal trauma, visual art, literature, and cartoons to bring listeners on a transformative journey exploring the allegorical world and characters of the SUMMONER BREEZE universe. Tackling themes of systemic racism, gender issues, late-stage capitalism, and mental health through a whimsical lens, SUMMONER BREEZE creates a stark contrast that highlights how art and entertainment can help us survive a system bent on destroying us.


Qattuu is an Ontario-based, Inuk throat-singer, originally from Pangnirtung, Nunavut. She is known for her work as a throat singer with multi-JUNO award nominated musical group, Silla and Rise. In addition, Qattuu featured on multiple releases with Joey Nowyuk and Angela Amarualik. As a soloist, Qattuu has experience performing internationally, representing her Inuit culture on world stages.

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