Garret C. SmithExploring a Healing Dialogue

Exploring a traditional, healing form of dialogue about how we can better share the surrounding lands and understand the reality of First Nations trauma within our current society. Garret utilizes his experience growing up in Treaty 7 territory, the lessons he learned from the Elders, his time spent in prison, the issue of Universities, and the life-changing path he found in acting that lead him to help himself become a better father and do what he can to help his people heal. Specifically challenging the 'male-ego' to take a deep look at oneself and reflect on how we got where we are today, and how we can improve where we end up tomorrow.

Garret C. Smith is a proud member of the Piikani and Kainai Tribes of the Blackfoot Nation in Southern Alberta. A 2013 graduate of the Centre For Indigenous Theatre located in Toronto, Ontario; the former Interim Artistic Director for Making Treaty 7, and is the Founder of the "Mohkinstsis Healing Camp" previously located in downtown Calgary, Alberta.

Garret is an activist, actor, writer and youth support advocate.

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Garret C. Smith at ENGAGE: Intentionally Salon (June 20, 2019) - Video recorded by Hidden Story Productions | Post-Production by Ben Neifer and Reece Barrett/RB Calgary Photography