INDIGENOUS COMMUNICATION ARTS

Start your multimedia storytelling career

Courses

Learn how to communicate stories that matter across multiple platforms with these great courses.

Careers

Journalist, filmmaker, photographer, designer, digital artist… Start your dream career with an INCA diploma.

Student Support

At First Nations University of Canada, we care about every students and will help you find your way to success.

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Contact us about joining the INCA family. We offer flexible  learning options to best fit your educational goals.

OUR STORY

Welcome to INCA

INCA is about people. Our family of students, teachers, mentors and alumni work together to guide the next generation of journalists and communications professionals. Our goal is to give students the skills and knowledge to tell great stories across all media platforms.

38

Years

100's

of successful grads

Photo: Guest instructors Kerry Benjoe and Betty Ann Adam

YOU CAN LEARN IT

WHY CHOOSE US

Experienced instructors

Learn from media professionals and university faculty with experience in teaching, research and media production.

Exciting internships

Learn the ropes working side by side with experienced journalism and communication mentors.

Online learning options

INCA is breaking new ground with innovative online learning. Talk to us about your options.

Small classes & a helping environment

From scholarships to summer jobs, our faculty will steer you toward valuable opportunities and networks.

INCA ALUMNI

Meet some of our grads

Creeson Agecoutay is a video journalist for CTV News in Saskatoon. He began his career with CTV Regina in 2008 as a news VJ and became the host of Indigenous Circle in 2013, wining numerous national and regional awards. Originally from the Cowessess First Nation on Treaty 4 Territory, Creeson enjoys meeting and visiting with community members whenever he is on the road.
Creeson Agecoutay
Video Journalist & Program Host
Connie Walker is an investigative journalist and producer for Gimlet Media, an award-winning narrative podcasting company. Formerly she was a member of CBC's Investigative Unit in Toronto, and the host of CBC's award-winning Missing and Murdered podcast series. Finding Cleo was named one of the Best Podcasts of 2018 by Apple Canada. Connie is from Okanese First Nation and currently lives in Toronto.
Connie Walker
Investigative Journalist & Podcast Producer
Shelley Fayant is a member of Peepeekisis Cree Nation who finds inspiration, purpose and healing in helping others connect with cultural activities through her work at SaskCulture. Professionally, she is an award-winning communications professional with more than 20 years of experience from a broad range of workplaces that include the provincial civil service, First Nations organizations, and the non-profit sector.
Shelley Fayant
Communications Professional
THINKING INCA?

We're waiting to hear from you!

INCA offers several options to explore. You can take the diploma program, enroll in an intensive learning summer institute, or take some elective courses to supplement another course of study with great communication skills.

Contact us now to talk about the options.

Indigenous Communication Arts Program
FIRST NATIONS UNIVERSITY OF CANADA

Treaty 4 & Treaty 6 Territory
National Campus
atim kâ-mihkosit (Red Dog) Urban Reserve
1 First Nations Way
Regina  (oskana kâ-asastêki)  SK
CANADA S4S 0A2