Thank you for your interest in When the Salmon Spoke.
When the Salmon Spoke is an online production featuring epic imagery, indigenous music, and visual art, and captivating life stories from ten Tlingit, Haida, and Tahltan community members who are all connected to the Stikine River watershed. When the Salmon Spoke is a part of the same acclaimed Undesirable Elements series of community-specific documentary performances, adapted as a digital experience in the COVID-19 era, led by Tis Peterman, Annita McPhee, and Creative Director/Producer Ryan Conarro.
To watch When the Salmon Spoke, and learn more about the project itself and the storytellers involved, click here.
If you missed "Wauwau: A Conversation," the live panel with Storytellers and Creative Director/Producer from When the Salmon Spoke, don't worry! We recorded the event and plan to share it publicly.
It is our hope that the premiere events on Sunday, May 31, 2020, were just the start. Stay tuned for more opportunities to engage with When the Salmon Spoke Storytellers, Creative Collaborators, and Production Team in the coming weeks and months.
Gunalchéesh, Háw'aa, Meduh!
Thank you in Tlingit, Haida, and Tahltan.
"When the Salmon Spoke" is presented by Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission and @Ping Chong + Company, in collaboration with SkeenaWild Conservation Trust and Salmon Beyond Borders.