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  • Resource Database / Performance (Music, Dance, etc) / Performing Arts - General

    Resources: 21 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Aboriginal Comedian
    Ojibwe Canada - Western
    Aboriginal stand up comedy with attitude! Gerry "The Big Bear" Barrett is a status, Ojibwe comedian from the Saugeen First Nation in Ontario, Canada. You may have seen him on CBC-TV, or APTN. He is available for conferences, speaking engagements.
    Bear Creations, Native American Promotors and Educators
    Seminole US - Northeast
    Bear Creations is a Native American owned and operated business that promotes and teaches Native American culture, history, music, arts and crafts. Our mission: To preserve and enhance the rich culture and heritage of the indigenous people; To educate our youth to survive in both western and tribal societies; To spread knowledge and understanding of our culture to others so as to help promote tolerance and unity of all humankind.
    Daystar: Contemporary Dance-Drama of Indian America
    Chippewa United States
    DAYSTAR:Contemporary Dance-Drama of Indian America was established in 1980 as a non-profit dance company.
    e journal on Aboriginal Performance
    We are delighted to announce the launching of the second edition of the Hemispheric Institute's e-journal, e-misférica.
    Jazz, Funk'n Folklore by Mwalim
    Wampanoag US - Northeast
    Mwalim is a multifacetted, Mashpee Wampanoag performingartist, writer, filmmaker and educator. This site describes his activities and offerings.
    Native Life Calendar
      United States
    Native Life Calendar is 12 months of Actors, Musicians, Artist and every day hard working American Indian men. The pictures are taken through out the United States. A protion of the proceeds go to help out underprivileged Indian children.
    Red Elk Enterprises
    Assiniboine US - Northwest
    Red Elk Enterprises, based in Louisville, Colorado, is dedicated to keeping the Native American culture alive. We have won numerous awards for our panel speaking, contemporary music, speeches and storytelling about traditional and modern Indian Culture.
    Red Nation Celebration
      US - West
    Red Nation Celebration (RNC) is a non profit American Indian organization established to premiere contemporary and traditional American Indian artists to the mainstream media and to the global communities to encourage understanding of the cultural traditions and modern day issues of the Native American.
    Assiniboine US - Northwest
    Red Feather Woman, enrolled member of the Sioux/Assiniboine Tribes in Montana. Traditional storyteller/singer songwriter. Recently released, The Keepers of the Earth. CD, 4 traditional stories, 4 contemporary songs,special Guest, Mary Youngblood.
    Rudy Youngblood
    Comanche United States
    Rudy Youngblood, also known as Tee-Dee-Nae (which means “Strong Boy”), is a gifted grass dancer, pow-wow singer and artist. Rudy is of the Comanche, Cree and Yaqui people and was raised in Washington State, Texas and ArizonaRudy Youngblood, also known as Tee-Dee-Nae (which means “Strong Boy”) is a gifted grass dancer, pow-wow singer and artist.
    Tamaki 2002 – National Senior Kapa Haka Festival
    Maori Aotearoa-New Zealand
    February 21 - 24, 2002 Come and feel the passion of kapa haka, the traditional Maori Performing Arts, by exponents in the field.
    Tamaki Makau Rau Kapa Haka
    Maori Aotearoa-New Zealand
    Home of the Auckland Senior Kapa Haka. Keep up to date with the regional competitions and Tamaki groups.
    More sites on www.maori.org.nz
    Quechua America - South
    Andean music and culture.
    The Gathering of Good Minds
    Oneida Canada - Eastern
    A Celebration of Native wisdom art and culture ~ Onyo'ta a:ka
    Lakota United States
    David Little Elk is a Lakota from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota. He composes music that promotes the Lakota ways which develop complete health: physically, spiritually, mentally, and emoti
    Cree Canada - Western
    An Aboriginal Youth Performing group, representing Northern Alberta. Features Tribal Hop (Native Hip-Hop), R&B, Techno, and Traditional dances (Grass, Fancy, & Hoop). Members include REDD REIGN, DJ ROCC REDD D, CLINTON SOTO, MARY JO BADGER, WAYNE MOBERLY, AND FRANKLIN KIYWASEW. Operated by REDD ROCC PRODUCTIONS' Darren Brule and Jason Tourangeau.
    twoshields production co
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Twoshields production company specializing in Native American dance, culture, and music. Nino Reyos, a member of the Ute/Pueblo Indian Nations was one of the flute players to play during the 2002 Winter Game Opening Ceremonies in Salt Salt Lake City, Utah.
    Ulali Official Home Page
      United States
    Home of the First Nations female a capella trio Ulali. Featuring tradional and contemporary Native American Music. Tour schedule, sound clips, photos,links, cds for sale.
    Wapato Indian Club
    Yakama US - West
    The beauty of the Wapato Indian Club's children as they perform traditional dance and stories w/sign language is truly a moving experience. This web page is dedicated to them, and a tool to help spread the beauty.
    Windygrass Jrs
    MicMac US - Northeast
    We are the windygrass jrs, a compative drum group and traditional group, with dancers.
    Wolf Spirit Studio
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    More sites on www.angelfire.com

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