As part of “Native American Cinema” week, the Intertribal Student Council is inviting campus and community to the Monday night (March 4) showing of the film Edge of America at 7 p.m. in the Union’s Christie Theatre. One of the stars, actress DeLanna Studi, is visiting campus and will take part in a discussion. Based […]
A focus on Native American cinema with film screenings and discussions, an introductory workshop to encourage prospective professionals, and a weeklong residency by prominent Cherokee actress DeLanna Studi are among the highlights of “Native American Cinema: A New Storytelling Tradition.” Activities take place at various Green Bay area locations Saturday, March 2, through Friday, March […]
The event returned to campus last spring after a hiatus of several years. We’re glad to report that plans for the 2013 edition have firmed up to the point that the Intertribal Student Council is encouraging us to mark our calendars for Saturday, April 13, 2013, and the 16th University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Pow Wow, […]
Just a reminder: Saturday, April 14 also marks the return of the ceremonial Pow Wow organized by the Intertribal Student Council. Hundreds of visitors, if not more, are expected throughout the day. Debra Rezac, diversity director for the AIC, told a campus gathering earlier this week “the interest has been overwhelming” and “we are certain […]
The 2012 UW-Green Bay Pow Wow, with its theme of “Honoring the Ones Who Came Before Us,” will take place from 1-9 p.m. April 14 at the Kress Events Center on campus. Grand Entries are scheduled for 1 and 7 p.m. A Pow Wow feast featuring such traditional food as wild rice casserole and fry bread will be served from 5-5:30 p.m. at the nearby Mauthe Center. The events are free and open to the public.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will revive a popular traditional event Saturday, April 14, when it hosts the UW-Green Bay Pow Wow at the Kress Events Center on campus. This year’s Pow Wow will run from 1-9 p.m., with Grand Entrances scheduled for 1 and 7 p.m. at the Kress Events Center.
Mentioned previously in this column. A student fundraiser Friday (March 2) involves a frybread and bake sale at the University Union. See previous post for details.
UW-Green Bay’s Intertribal Student Council is promoting a fundraiser for to help raise money for a member of SmokeyTown drum. One of the members had a heart attack last week and the Pyawasit family could use any help with expenses of travel and medical. The SmokeyTown drummers are well known in these parts and along […]
The Intertribal Student Council and the American Intercultural Center would like to invite the campus community to stop by Phoenix Room B in the University Union today through Thursday (Nov. 15-17) to check out the Bittersweet Winds Exhibit, which features negative and positive images of Native people. The exhibit contains many images of the propaganda that […]
Also on Nov. 16, student members of the Intertribal Student Council will be selling traditional Native fry bread from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Phoenix Rooms of the Union. This tasty treat is just $3 a piece or two for $5, with toppings including butter, peanut butter, jelly and powdered sugar. Funds raised go toward […]