Kairos Blanket Exercise


This workshop is open to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous women.

The KAIROS Blanket Exercise is a journey through 400 years of tragedy, and it evokes a powerful sense of the wrongs Indigenous people have suffered at the hand of European colonists and their descendants. 

While often used as a learning excercise for non-Indigenous people, this workshop is equally valuable to Indigenous people. Many of us are not aware of the origins of inter-generational trauma and how it affects us, our family, friends and communities.

This amazing workshop will connect us as Indigenous people; as the children and grandchildren of residential school survivors, survivors of the child welfare system and the resilient generations that will fight to preserve our Indigenous cultures.

The Kairos Blanket Exercise will be facilitated by Tealey Ka’senni:saks Normandin, who is Mohawk from Kahnawake and a 60’s scoop survivor and knowledge keeper. The exercise will be co-facilitated by Su Tardif, a KBE facilitator from Montreal. *Be prepared to become emotional as this workshop addresses issues that may be sensitive and affect your emotional state.



Indigenous Women's Arts Conference, Pass The Feather, schedule, Aboriginal Arts Collective of Canada

Additional information

Weight 1.2 lbs
Dimensions 1.2 × 1.2 × 1.2 in
Workshop Date and Time

Sunday March 29 | 1pm to 4pm

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