The Ojibwe Cultural Foundation was created to preserve and revitalize the language, culture, arts,
spirituality and traditions of the Anishinaabe People of the Mnidoo Mnising. We dedicate ourselves to
nurturing the expression of Anishinaabe culture in all forms, so our art, language, stories, songs and
teachings flourish now and remain strong for future generations.flowerborder

 

  • AANII/ BOOZHOO:

    Gchi piitendaagwat maanda Anishinaabemowin miinwaa Anishinaabe aadziwin. Mii Maanpii Ojibwe Cultural Foundation enkiitmoowad.

    Pane Anishinaabek je ne Anishinaabemwaapaa. Miinwaa je gkendmowaapaa Anishinaabe aadziwin. Be biindegek wii daakendmek en kaamgak maanpii OCF

  • Art Exhibitions

     

    What’s Happening at our Gallery in 2016

     

    Barry Ace, Micheal Belmore, Duncan Pheasant, Darlene Naponse & so much more!

     

  • VISIT PAGE

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The OCF is owned by six First Nations located on and off Manitoulin Island in partnership with UCCMM. The six First Nations are: Aundek Omni Kaning, M’Chigeeng, Sheguiandah, Sheshegwaning, Whitefish River, and Zhiibaahaasing.

You're the missing link to the Seven Grandfather Teachings.

You’re the connection to the Seven Grandfather Teachings. Connecting you with the past, the future and with yourself in the present. Photo Credit: Jordon Panamick

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