Robert Fleming Prize
Photo: Meg Yoshida
Lindsay Dawn Dobbin
Lindsay Dawn Dobbin is a Kanien’kehá:ka-Acadian-Irish water protector, artist, musician, storyteller, curator and educator who lives and works in Wabanaki Territory. Dobbin’s transdisciplinary work in sound art, music, performance, sculpture, installation, social practices, and writing places wonder, listening, collaboration, play and improvisation at the centre of creativity and explores the connection between the environment and the body, engaging in sensorial intimacy with the land and water. Dobbin’s practice aims to bring attention to the natural world as witness, teacher and collaborator in learning—making visible and audible our interdependence with the larger web of living beings and systems in which human life is embedded.
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What is this prize?
The Robert Fleming Prize is awarded to an exceptionally talented young Canadian composer to further their career development. This is one of the only prizes awarded to Canadian composers.
How to qualify
You do not apply for this prize. Applicants to some grant programs are eligible and will be considered for prizes. Visit Grants | The Canada Council for the Arts to learn more about our granting programs.
Who created this prize?
This prize was created, and is awarded, in the memory of Robert Fleming, a Canadian composer who was also a pianist, organist, choir director and professor, at Carleton University in particular, to promote the careers of young composers.
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