NCTCA 2021 has ended
NCTCA 2021 Presidents’ Welcome Address - National Anthem, Indigenous Land Acknowledgement, Honorary President and Opening Remarks.

ATA President’s Address - Jason Schilling

NCTCA 2021 Video Library - Closed 
Each Pre-recorded session can be found within our schedule or can be watched on demand in our Video Library and will be available for the entire month of February. LIVE sessions that are being recorded will be in the library Monday, February 8.

Take a 5 minute activity break!  Ready In Five Video Library!
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Angela Hall

Edmonton Catholic Schools, Bearclaw Gallery
Teacher, Artist
Stony Plain, Alberta

Angela Hall is a Métis Albertan, Elementary School Teacher, Mother, Poet, and Artist. She has completed graduate level courses and certificates with St. Stephens College, University of Alberta, and the Kutenai Art Therapy Institute. These include Grief and Loss, Art Therapy, Drama Therapy, Expressive Art Therapy, Psychotherapy, Trauma Recovery Certification, and Graduate Certificate in Spiritual-Informed Creative. Angela specializes in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Education for over 28 years as an Artist in Residence, K-12 Teacher, First Nations, Métis and Inuit Facilitator, Consultant, Liaison, and First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Education Manager with Alberta Education. Angela has been nominated for Excellence in Teaching and awarded the ATA, 2009, Outstanding Indigenous Educator Award. In 2019, she received an honorable mention for the Kemosa Scholarship (First Nations, Metis and Inuit Mothers Who Write). Most recently, Angela won the 38th Annual Peace Hills Trust Indigenous Art contest. Her artwork can be viewed at the Bear Claw Art Gallery in Edmonton, and with the Alberta Foundation of the Arts TREX exhibition, titled Turtle Island.