Thursday, May 19, 2005

Canadian Aboriginal Art Dance Group To Perform In Europe

Canadian aboriginal art dance group the Dakwäkäda Dancers from the Yukon Territory was formed by four sisters 8 years ago. They are the granddaughters of Annie Ned, the late Yukon Elder who taught the dances, songs, and traditional way of life learned during her childhood. The Dakwäkäda Dancers have performed their brand of Canadian aboriginal art form of dance at many events. This summer, the Dakwäkäda Dancers will perform at the Sumperk Festival in the Czech Republic in Europe.

For other forms of authentic art, see Free Spirit Gallery Canadian Aboriginal Art.

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