WHO IS VIRAGO NATION?

Featured in BBC News from our show at the 2019 Talking Stick Festival.

We are a collective of Indigenous artists creating performance through burlesque, theatre, song and spoken word as well as workshops, and community networks rematriating Indigenous sexuality.

 

Founded in May 2016, Virago Nation is on a mission to reclaim Indigenous sexuality from the toxic effects of colonization. Through humour, seduction, pop culture and politics they will show that Indigenous women will not be confined to the colonial virgin-whore dichotomy but will design a new dynamic and multi-faceted sexual identity rooted in their own desires. 

 

This is our reconciliation.

 
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Want to add a decolonial lens on sexuality and identity to your event, conference or festival? Contact us for more information about shows, performances, and workshops. 

Please note: We are limiting in-person performances due to COVID. If you would like to include us in an intimate show setting, contact us to learn what we require to ensure the safety of our performers. 

Photo courtesy of the TRANSFORM Cabaret Festival by Emily Cooper

 

THE VIRAGOS

 

GET IN TOUCH

Interested in learning more about our mission? Want to add a Virago to your show?

Wish to send a message of love & support?

Contact us: viragonation(at)gmail(dot)com

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