barbaranolan.com takes you to the fun world of understandable Nishnaabe-language immersion video. We’ve carefully designed and produced immersion-style dramatized episodes fully expecting that you’ll be able to understand the general meaning of the stories being acted out – without needing translation. read more
Carol Daniels is a writer, artist, and storyteller, and a member of the Cree First Nation. Her visual art has most recently been featured at the First Nations University of Canada and the Elsie Scherle Art Galleries. She has also has been inspiring students as a touring artist with the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange Society. She is currently working a new children’s book that will feature new, original stories and illustrations by Morin. Learn more about Carol Daniels.
Attention: teachers, schools and non-profit organizations.Why not invite Aboriginal talent into your schools or educational settings. KASP provides positive role models, workshop facilitators, motivational speakers, performers, storytellers, talent recruitment, event planning, graphic design, marketing strategies, as well as community and youth engagement specialists. (250) 809-2592
“Our purpose is to empower aboriginal youth by passing on the knowledge of our people through music and storytelling.”- KASP .
Native Dance & Singing Workshops also Beading Workshops & Crafts
Special Event : Charity GALA’S / Award Shows Opening / Closing Ceremony / Weddings . We can customize something for all your special events…..
Tribal Vision Dance
7365 Indian Line RD.
Phone: +1 519.865.2187
For public speaking, emceeing, workshops, and concerts, Winston can be reached via the following means:
Phone (Edmonton residence): 1 (780) 406-7223
Cell: 1 (780) 887- 4894
11704 – 164th Avenue,
Need creative Native custom clothing for your school sports teams? Sho Sho Equiro Fashion Designer / artist.. can help you!Based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Support of First Nations Youth!
Within most Native American cultures, there are teachings that everything is interconnected. Hopefully, while visiting my online Story Lodge, you will find many different things of interest regarding the Native culture.
Don’t forget to visit the Teacher’s Lodge!
Her stories appear on the Storybee Website
Shannon Thunderbird is a Coast Tsimshian Elder, who holds a M.A. and is an Artistic Director and Educator based in Ontario. Her website ShannonThunderbird.com features various articles, writings and cultural teachings and Social Media and business networks; 1) Indigenous Women’s Rights – focusing on Indigenous Women and Governance, Culture, Interesting Indigenous Women, 2) West Wind & the Woodland Sister (Shannon Thunderbird & Sandy Horne) Moccasin Trail’s most Talented, Electric & Hilarious Entertainers for Children, Youth, Adults, and 3) Dickson Mentoring, Tutoring and Homework Educational Services.
Visit: Shannon Thunderbird.com