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Of Anishinaabe lineage, Sarain is a multi-disciplinary performer and passionate spokesperson for her community and culture. Sarain has worked on several major projects: she was cast as Sacheen Little Feather in The Andy Warhol Interview Project which debuted at the Vienna Film Festival in June 2007, and was involved in the ARG re-release of the CBS TV drama Jericho. Sarain has worked on various independent endeavors including the debut of her first play entitled Ashes which appeared at the Weesageechak Festival in Toronto.

She has attended the Canadian Children’s Dance Theatre, the Quinte Ballet School and the Alvin Ailey Bachelor of Fine Arts Program in New York City. She has performed at The Canada Dance Festival 2008, The Barrie Jazz And Blues Festival VIII, the 2002, 2007 and 2012 Aboriginal Achievement Awards, and two summers with the Ajkun Ballet Theatre Company in New York City. She is a member of Kahawaii Dance theatre and has attended three Indigenous dance residencies at The Banff Centre, which allowed her to work with Neil Iremia of Black Grace and Javier Dezule of Dezule dance. Sarain is currently the newest member of Untitled Collective; a NYC based Australian Aboriginal modern dance collective.

Host / Executive Producer

Kris Nahrgang is Mississauga (Ojibway) with Treaty Status held at Curve Lake. He is an archeologist and experienced diver who has worked in a close relationship with underwater archaeologists at Parks Canada, mainly along the Trent Severn. Kris has also attempted to establish a cultural heritage/archaeological research and curatorial facility that will serve the needs of a large group of the smaller southern Ontario native communities. He has served as a member of the Ministry of Culture advisory committee to contribute to the development of new Stage 1-4 archaeological assessment technical guidelines.

Kris is a multi-disciplinary artist working in wood, stone and traditional oil mediums. He was commissioned by the Canadian National Exhibition to produce a 36’ UNITY POLE (Totem). As well, his work can be found in numerous private and corporate collection including Anne Murray, Justin Trudeau, Keech Rainwater (Lonestar), Nik Antropov (Atlanta Thrashers), and Brian Skinner (Phoenix Suns).