"n'awqen" ~ En'owkin

The word En'owkin is an Okanagan conceptual metaphor which describes a process of clarification, conflict resolution and group commitment. With a focus on coming to the best solutions possible through respectful dialogue, literally through consensus

 

En'owkin Centre

The En'owkin is a dynamic institution, which puts into practice the principles of self-determination and the validation of cultural aspirations and identity.

 

 

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ECOMMUNITY PLACE

The En'owkin Centre and ECOmmunity Place (ECOmmunity) in Penticton are helping to preserve and protect the Indigenous plants, wildlife, culture and spirituality found on the land. It brings together lands & learning, conservation & culture on a 100- hectare site located on the West side of the Okanagan River Floodplain.

Guided interpretive programs provide schools with the educational programs that incorporate curriculum projects which use studies, cultural arts, story telling and Indigenous drama; thus raising visitor awareness around environmental values and the Syilx culture.

Theytus Books is a leading north American publisher of indigeneous voices

Located in Syilx territory on the Penticton Indian Reserve in British Columbia, Theytus Books is proudly First Nations-owned and operated in partnership with the En'owkin Centre.

 

National Aboriginal Professional ArtsTraining Program

Accepting Portfolios

 

Fall 2014

Scholarships Available

 


En'owkin Centre OPERATIONAL HOURS Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

 

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National Aboriginal Professional Artist Training

2014 NAPAT Portfolio Extension - PDF Document

 

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO: JULY 25, 2014 AT 4:00 P.M.

 

See also: NAPAT PROGRAMS

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2014/2015 ACADEMIC CALENDAR - PDF Document

 


All guests kindly report to front reception area upon arrival

 

Phone (250) 493-7181 Email: enowkin@vip.net

 

 

 

 

En'owkin Programs and Departments