THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTERST IN THE 2021 NV FESTIVAL
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NATIVE VOICES FESTIVAL
NOV 20-21, 2021 (11am -6pm)
An immersive two-day celebration at the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center, being held on
November 20 – November 21.
This event weekend will showcase Native American cultures with music, exhibits, dance, theater, films, a fashion show, panel discussion and keynote speakers.
KEY NOTE : “Culture & Healing with a Good Mind for Our Ancestors, Our Families, Ourselves, and the Seven Generations.” w/ Pete Hill of Native American Community Services of Erie & Niagara Counties, Inc. (NACS)
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FINGERWEAVING w/ Marilyn Hill
BEADED CORN KEY CHAINS w/ Erwin Printup, Jr
DRUM & DANCE w/ Jordan and Kehala Smith
BEADED PICTURE FRAME w/ Seven Dancers Coalition
FLUTE w/ Dan Hill
LACROSS STICKS w/ Rodney Haring
CORN BRAIDING w/ Jill Clause
WAMPUM TEACHING PROJECT W/ Allan Jamieson
HEALING THRU ART w/ Seven Dancers Coalition
REGALIA & FASHION SHOW– Hosted by Tina Mt Pleasant
“Not Forgotten” in commemoration of MMIWG
ART EXHIBITS: Everyday
12-5pm Townsend Gallery
Native Voices: Exhibiting Artists include: Jay Carrier, Julie Bissell, Allan Jamieson Sr., Mary A Clause, Barry Powless, Edwin R Printup Jr, Mary Jacobs, Jennifer Dalimonte, Jill Clause, William Logan, and Tina Mt. Pleasant displaying artwork connecting both traditional and contemporary Native American art forms.
The Neto Hatinakwe Onkwehowe collection, curated by Allan Jamieson Sr. is on display in the NACC Garden Gallery.
Haudenosaunee Art : Historic Tuscarora beaded whimsies
on loan from the Grant Jonathan Collection
Grant Jonathan has spent the last decade repatriating beadwork crafted by his Tuscarora ancestors and sold to tourists from across the world at Niagara Falls.
INTERACTIVE CULTURE EXHIBITS
Ohenten Kariwatekwen / Thanksgiving Address
Vendor Spots are still available, contact Colleen Casali from NACS. email@example.com
or (716) 874-4460.
- Art Awards will be presented at noon on Sunday November 21, 2021 during the NATIVE VOICES FESTIVAL
This event is made possible through a partnership with Native American Community Services,
with the help of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.
Special Thank you for the Artistic Vision and Leadership of Tina Mt. Pleasant & Michael Martin