• A tall snow bank with a video of a pack of wolves being projected on to it.

    Friday, February 26, 2021 to Saturday, February 27, 2021

    An Outdoor Snow-Screen & Online Film Screening
    Experience live music by Indigenous artists — with visual projections on a screen made of snow — from the comfort of your own home, live-streamed from the parking lot at Gallery 101.
    Enjoy Indigenous films from the circumpolar North, from the comfort of your own home, available through the Festival website for a 48 hour period of time only.

    — Musicians, VJ's, and Films TBA —
    *** The live streams will take place on Facebook live and will be Free. The Films will be available on our website through the purchase of a ticket.
    Please note this event is ONLINE ONLY. Access the live stream on Facebook Friday and Saturday evenings at 7PM.

    This online event takes place from the unceded territory of the Algonquin Nation. Chi-miigwech to our funders, the Canada Council for the Arts, and Heritage Canada.

    Asinabka Festival is an annual Indigenous Film & Media Arts Festival based in Ottawa, that also presents smaller-scale programming throughout the year. The Asinabka Festival highlights works that examine Indigenous issues and topics, and supports Indigenous media artists and filmmakers.