This series of women’s hand-drumming sessions are intended as practice and learning spaces for emerging and novice drummers. Origin stories of songs, protocols, leading songs, and cultural contexts will be integrated into the teaching of each song, and participants are encouraged to share their knowledge. These sessions aim to respect a diversity of teachings and beliefs, and all participants are asked to attend with this intention in mind.
Tuesday, January 17th & 31st
Tuesday, February 14th & 28th
Tuesday, March 14th & 28th
Please register by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veronica Johnny (Cree/Dene/Two-Spirit) is a traditional & contemporary Aboriginal hand-drummer from Fort Smith, NWT. She shares indigenous teachings, hosts drum circles and sings healing songs for the good of all life everywhere. She facilitates arts-education workshops including self-esteem, music and cultural teachings. Veronica is also a singer/songwriter and the front woman, vocalist and manager of The Johnnys, a high-energy rock band she founded with husband Dave Johnny
These sessions are open to all female-identified and non-binary individuals. Please note that you must provide your own hand-drum or shaker to participate.
Sessions are FREE though registration is requested. Please send your name and email address to email@example.com, along with any questions you may have. There is no deadline for registration, and this circle will invite new members continuously.
A light snack and refreshments will be provided. Children are always welcome. Please note that childcare is not provided.