Micro ouvert autochtone 2024

Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme November 9 and 10, 2024


The 4th edition of Micro ouvert autochtone event will take place on November 9 and 10 at Place des Arts, from noon to 6 pm.

Micro ouvert autochtone is a large gathering showcasing Indigenous cultures, both traditional and contemporary.

Curator and Inuit throat singer Nina Segalowitz has put together a truly people-focused artistic project, giving participants an opportunity to get to know each other better.

Ne ahsénhaton orì:wa ne Micro ouvert autochtone ronatia’tarò:ron neniá:wen’ne’ ne 9 shískare ne Kentenhkó:wa tánon’ 10 shískare ne Kentenhkó:wa ne Place des Arts, éntie ní:kare tsi niió:re iá:ia’k nitiohwistà:’e iotohétston néntie.

Micro ouvert autochtone ne kowá:nen ronatkenníson ronatenaiéhston ne Onkwehón:we nihotirihò:ten’s, tetsá:ron iorihwaká:ion tánon’ iorì:wase. 

Ietirihwatsterítstha’ tánon’ Othore’kehró:non iehnia’sà:ke ionterennótha’, Nina Segalowitz, iakoterihwaténhtion ne karahstánion kaio’ténhsera ne kwah teio’nikonhrakontáhkhwa ne onkwehshòn:’a. Ronteró:roks enhonte’shennaién:take ne sénha taietewatatientéhrha’ne’.

As indigenous people of Canada, we carry the history of thousands of years of connection with the land, medicine, animals and elements. We are also contemporary members of communities all over the country. Through artwork, dance, music and poetry you will experience how we see the world through our eyes. Journey with us over the next November 11 and 12 and discover with your senses the vast richness that Indigenous people of Quebec and Canada have to share.” 

Nina Segalowitz, Curator of the 2023 and 2024 Micro ouvert autochtone

“Tsi ní:tsi Onkwehón:we Koráhne iakwén:teron, iakwarihwá:wis tsi niiawèn:’en ne thaósehns niiohserà:ke ne tetewahsónteren ne onhóntsa, onónhkwa, tánon’ kontírio. Iontionkwé:tase nitewaia’tò:ten ne nia’tekanakerahserà:ke Koráhne káneka. Tsi karáhston, kanónnia, karén:na, tánon’ oká:ra enhsáttoke’ oh ní:ioht iakwá:kens ne ionkhi’nisténha tsi ionhontsá:te tsi niiakwahra’kéhshon. Takwa’tará:ni ne 9 tánon’ 10 shískare ne Kentenhkó:wa tánon’ serihwatshén:ri tsi nihsattó:kas oh nikanó:ron tsi nahò:ten’ Onkwehón:we ne Quebec tánon’ Koráhne rotí:ien taiétewatste’.”

Nina Segalowitz, ietirihwatsterítstha’ ne 2023-2024 Micro ouvert autochtone


  • Venue : Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme
  • Producer / Presenter : Place des Arts
  • Activities of Micro ouvert autochtone are made possible through : the financial support of the Fondation de la Place des Arts and their partner, Power Corporation of Canada
  • Programming : subject to change without notice

Rates and schedule

Curator of the Event

In the purest tradition of Inuit culture, Nina Segalowitz (Inuvialuit and Dìne) has given regal performances of Kattajak (Inuit throat singing for more than 25 years). Throat singing has been practised by the Inuit for thousands of years, and their interpretations are Inuit women’s prized moments of competition and entertainment. Nina has performed in many countries (France, Columbia, Chile, Luxembourg, Belgium, Italy, USA) with many groups and singers like with Ariane Moffat, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and Bobby McFerrin. She has been actively involved in Oktoecho projects since 2010.


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