Raven Calling Productions is an entertainment company which shares and showcases Haida ARTISTIC TRADITIONS, to help guide us in our collective path forward.

 
 
 

 

Helping to perpetuate Haida language and culture.

In many of the Haida oral histories, reference is made to supernatural powers
of the night, and signals the beginning of a new day and the onset of positive,
bright powers in the human realm. Our name was chosen to reflect Raven Calling
Productions’ goal of sharing and showcasing Haida musical and oral
traditions to help guide us in our collective path forward.

Logo and Artwork created by renowned artist, Robert Davidson, CM, OBC.

                                                                                                                                                                                           Brian Hawkes photo

                                                                                                                                                                                           Brian Hawkes photo

 

gid7ahl -gudsllaay lalaxaaygans

 

Above are Terri-Lynn's Haida (and legal) names. "Lalaxaaygans" was given to her by her maternal great-grandmother, centenarian and song custodian Susan Williams. It is an ancient Haida name that can be best translated as “Beautiful Sound”. "gid7ahl -gudsllaay" was the name held by her great-grandmother.

Terri-Lynn is a Haida musician, artist, and lawyer who has dedicated herself to the continuation of Haida culture.  Born in Haida Gwaii off the west coast of Canada, Terri-Lynn has been a promoter of Haida music since the age of 13, when she was drawn to the songs her centurion great-grandmother and grandmother sang. Since then, she has sought out more of the music which she subsequently helped rescue from obscurity through her work with the Haida Gwaii Singers Society.

 

NEW ALBUM - "gRIZZLY bEAR tOWN"

Terri-Lynn's latest album (August 2017 release date) bridges cultures, blending ancient stories with contemporary music.

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out of concealment

An exciting exhibit that showcases female Supernatural Beings of Haida oral traditions, exhibited at the Haida Gwaii Museum June - December 2017.

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