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  • Resource Database / Organizations / Arts Organizations & Cultural Centers

    Resources: 30 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Aang Serian
    Aang Serian (the name means 'House of Peace' in Maasai language) is an independent, non-profit organisation founded in March 1999 by young people in Arusha, Northern Tanzania. It is officially registered with the National Arts Council of Tanzania (BASATA) as an organisation for the promotion of arts and culture.
    Alaska Native Heritage Center
      US - Alaska
    A wealth of history, wisdom and knowledge is handed down from generation to generation, ensuring survival through the changes and challenges of this great land.
    More sites on www.alaskanative.net
    American Indian Artists Inc. (AMERINDA)
      United States
    American Indian Artists Inc. works to empower Native Americans, break down barriers, and foster intercultural understanding and appreciation for Native culture. Through a variety of arts programs and services to artist, AMERINDA supports Native artists who embody the traditional practices and values that define Indian culture. We also promote the indigenous perspective in the arts to a wide audience through the creation of new work in contemporary art forms-visual, performing, literary and media arts.
    American Indian Cultural Society
      US - Central
    The American Indian Cultural Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and preserving American Indian culture and art through lectures, seminars, demonstrations, dances, and many other activities.
    Amonsoquath Tribe of Cherokee
    Cherokee US - Central
    We are a Native American cultural center serving the West Plains, Missouri region and surrounding area. Our center features an art gallery with paintings and prints by Native American artists, and a tribal store with handmade Native American crafts. We provide cultural special events, including festivals, musical presentations, films, educational programming, and celebrations. We provide resources for Native Americans and the community.
    Association of Northern/Central Australian Aboriginal Artists
      Pacific - South
    ANKAAA works in such areas as promotion, marketing and policy development between Art Centres, Govt Agencies, Institutions, Galleries, independent merchandisers, exhibition curators and other industry groups. Also, community workshops and structured certificate courses have been developed through involvement with Arts Training NT, NTU, and other industry advisory committees, providing appropriate training for artists.
    Atlatl, Inc.
      US - Southwest
    Atlatl, Inc., promotes the vitality of contemporary Native American art through self determination in cultural expression.
    Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    More sites on www.Powersource.com
    Cowichan 2008 North American Indigenous Games
    Cowichan Canada - Western
    Cowichan 2008 North American Indigenous Games is a unique project designed to engage thousands of British Columbians in the celebration of Aboriginal culture during B.C.ís 150th anniversary.
    By encouraging Indigenous youth to participate in athletic competition, these Games have become a vehicle for promoting healthier lifestyles and strengthened relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples of North America.
    Ganondagan State Historic Site
    Seneca US - Northeast
    A National & NYS historical site, consisting of 560 acres in Victor, NY, that was occupied by the Seneca until destroyed by the French in 1687. Nature trails with historical & flora and fauna markers. Full size replica 17th Seneca longhouse and hunting camp. Visit website, www.ganondagan.org, for programs & events.
    Great Lakes Intertribal Council
      US - Central
    Native American communities and events in Wisconsin, with information about community events, cultural communication activities, accommodations, and attractions in Indian Country within the Great Lakes Intertribal Council and Heritage Tourism membership.
    More sites on www.glitc.org
    Hemispheric Institute
      United States
    The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics is now planning its next Encuentro in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, which will take place from the 11th to the 19th of March 2005. The title of our upcoming Encuentro will be \"Embodied Memory: Contemporary Indigenous Performance\", and it will consist of three large umbrella topics that will conceptually frame the keynotes, seminars, performances, and workgroups: 1) Intangible Heritage; 2) Cultural Agency, and 3) Arts and Markets.
    Inuit Art Foundation
    Inuit Art Foundation... Helping Artists Help Themselves. Owned and controlled by Canadian Inuit (Eskimo) artists. Provides professional development opportunities for artists. Promotes Inuit art worldwide.
    jackalope arts
    Omaha US - Central
    A non-tribal site originating from the Omaha Reservation (Nebraska). An eclectic mix of visual art, poetry and narrative essay representing a multiplicty of cultures of the United States. Hosts the Omaha Tribal History Research Projkect (OTHRP), the cultural authority for the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska and Iowa, Inc.
    Native American Art Show, Great Falls, Montana
      United States
    Featuring the artwork of Native American artists from Montana and the west. Also an annual Native American art show in Great Falls, Montana. All artists are enrolled members of federally recognized tribes. Great Falls Native American Art Association, a non-profit 501(c)(3) org.
    Native Lands
      United States
    Works to protect biological and cultural diversity in Latin America, with a focus on Central America and southern Mexico. We do this by assisting indigenous peoples to develop and carry out their agendas for the preservation of the regionís natural and cultural heritage.
    Northern Forest Diversification Centre
    The mission of the Northern Forest Diversification Centre is to work with communities and individuals who are looking to develop economic opportunities that are aligned with local values and based on the use of local resources, for the benefit of local people. The Centre has identified two realistic, practical, income-generating opportunities that can be developed by building on local skills and knowledge: Non-timber Forest Products and Ecotourism.
    Oneida Nation Arts Program
    Oneida US - Central
    The Oneida Nation Arts Program is a tribal arts agency housed under the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin. ONAP is a not-for-profit arts agency with a mission to promote diverse artistic expressions within the community, reflecting our spirit and heritage for future generations.
    Project HOOP
      US - West
    Project HOOP, as its name suggests, is a national, multi- disciplinary initiative to advance Native theater artistically, academically, and professionally.
    Pueblo Cultural Center
      US - Southwest
    The Pueblo people are settled in nineteen communities, some of which have been continuously inhabited since long before the discovery of America. Still retaining their ancient and largely secret ceremonial life, they nevertheless welcome visitors from all over the world, and offer a glimpse of the proud heritage which they have kept alive for more than a thousand years.
    More sites on www.indianpueblo.org
    Lakota US - Southeast
    revnighthawk.net is a site established to assist our Native American & Metis Community Center. Featured spiritual leader Rev. Nighthawk who has spoke out against Native discrimination and promotes the traditional values of all our people. There are crafts available, blogs, pictures and Native Proverbs also available on this site. All Native Americans can send emails to announce up coming events to be listed on the site. Mitakuye Oyasin
    Sami Siida of North America
    Sami Europe & Russia
    A confederation of regional organizations with members who share the heritage of the Sami culture of Northern Scandinavia, Finland, and the Kola Peninsula. Substantial English language source of information about the Sami. An array of links and resources on Sami culture, and a quarterly publication with online archives, news, and a blog.
    More sites on home.earthlink.net
    Sealaska Heritage Institute
    Tlingit US - Alaska
    Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) is a regional Native nonprofit organization founded for the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people of Southeast Alaska. SHI was established in 1981 by Sealaska Corp., a for-profit company formed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). SHI, formerly Sealaska Heritage Foundation, administers Sealaska Corp.'s cultural and educational programs.
    Six Nations Community Youth Outreach
      Canada - Eastern
    Using culturally sensitive and age appropriate methods, SNCYO will encourage first nations youth to enhance their identity through self expression, develop positive life skills, become proactive in their communinty and be positive leader role model.
    Soaring Eagle
    Cheyenne US - Northwest
    Soaring Eagle, a Northern Cheyenne charity founded by Father Emmett Hoffmann in 1997, provides an Assisted Living Center, a Child Day Care, a Montessori School and a Cultural Heritage Project in Ashland, Montana. We also have pages on Cheyenne history (After the Bighorn, etc.), art, months of the year.
    Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Inc.
      US - Southwest
    The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts, Inc. (SWAIA) is a not-for-profit organization established in 1922 to support and preserve American Indian cultures.
    Taino Ancestral Legacy Keepers, I(nc.
    Taino United States
    We are a 501 C3 non-profit org. dedicated in teaching on the Taino Culture
    More sites on www.indio.net
    The Mexi'cayotl Indio Cultural Center
    Aztec (Nahua) United States
    Since 1980, the Mexi'cayotl Indio Cultural Center and its resident traditional Azteca dance circle, "Danza Mexi'cayotl" is dedicated to teaching and preserving the Native American heritages of Mexico and the Southwestern United States.
    The Rock Art Foundation
      US - Southwest
    The Rock Art Foundation, Inc. (RAF) is a Texas non-profit organization established in 1991, with 501(c)(3) status since 1992. The Foundation exists to promote the conservation and interpretation of the Native American rock art in the Lower Pecos region of Southwest Texas.
    Tlingit National Anthem-Alaska Natives Online
    Tlingit US - Alaska
    Alaska Native and American Indian history, art, culture, celebrities, music, storytelling, dance, photographs, languages, radio, and media. Alaska Natives Online, tourist attractions. Alaska Native and American Indian issues, links and useful internet re sources.

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