- Seneca Art & Culture Center
Events & Programs
- 2016 - 17 Programs & Events
- Iroquois White Corn Cooking Class
- Living History - Exploring Haudenosaunee Art
- Tattoo Traditions of Turtle Island
- Canandaigua Treaty Event
- Identity Through Animal Tracking Workshop
- Native American Winter Arts Show
- Native Games, Stories, Music & Campfire with John Stokes
- Charlie's Old Goat Run
- Native American Winter Games & Sports
- An Evening of Southwest Music
- Breaking Bread - Building Bridges
- Native American Dance & Music Festival
- Path Through History
- Beaded Strawberry Workshop
- Iroquois White Corn Project
Native American Dance & Music Festival
25th Annual - Native American Dance & Music Festival
July 23 & 24, 2016 - 10am - 6pm
Celebrate the 25th annual Native American Dance & Music Festival, Saturday-Sunday, July 23-24, 2016, 10am - 6pm. Nowhere else in the area can you experience the incredible diversity of our living Native American culture.
Featured performers are singer-songwriter Darryl Tonemah, (Kiowa/Comanche/Tuscarora) with his band, and the Zuni Olla Maidens.
Performance Tent - 4 pm
Tonemah is a singer/songwriter whose performances combine the energy of rock, the intelligence of folk and the heart of country, to create a musical niche he calls, “Native Americana.” Influenced by the Eagles, Steve Earle, Dave Matthews and James Taylor. Tonemah retains a deep connection with his roots and a gift for intimate storytelling that has become his trademark.
Performance Tent - 2 pm
The Zuni Olla Maidens are a group of women who travel throughout the U.S. and Canada promoting the beauty and culture of the women of Zuni. When the Zuni Olla Maidens are dressed to dance — each member of the group has a piece of pottery resting on her head as she performs. The Zuni Olla Maidens first formed 88 years ago, and various incarnations have continued on since.
Performance Tent - 12:30 pm (45 min)
You’ll also find our ever-popular Iroquois Social Dancers, fascinating Native American Arts Market, Native foods, Iroquois storytelling, free admission to the Seneca Art & Culture Center, guided trail, center and longhouse tours, and much more. Don’t miss new "hands-on" fun in the Family Discovery Tent.
Adult - $12 general public/$8 members
Seniors - $10 general public/$6 members
Students - 18 and older, $7 general public/$3 members
Children - 3 - 17 yrs, $5 general public/$2 members
2 and under - Free
Tickets available day of event
Event made possible in part by funds from the NYS Council on the Arts
"New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature."
Parking information: Free parking and shuttle service is available from 10:00 am - 6:30 pm at Victor Fireman's Field located off Maple Ave. (Rt 444) in Victor, NY. (Just past the railroad tracks on the right, from Rt 96, across from St. Patrick's Church)
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