A Metis Nation event at Fort Langley in 2016.

Capturing Metis life at Fort Langley

An organization is looking for Metis people for a film project.

Metis Nation B.C. is looking to capture the essence of modern day Metis life.

The organization is looking for six to 10 Metis people who are interested in participating in ‘Gathering Stories,’ a film at Fort Langley that aims to represent the variety in Metis culture today.

The candidates must have Métis regalia or Métis artistic skills such as fiddling, jigging or beading.

The group is seeking people of all ages for six hours of filming on March 19.

An honorarium of $200 is available and travel costs will be covered. Anyone interested can email bbertrand@mnbc.ca until March 13 to sign up.

WATCH: A Metis Nation ceremony at Fort Langley in 2016

 

 


 

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