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Ganondagan 2022 Hodinohso:ni Art Show Preview Reception. Friday, December 2nd 6-8pm

12/2 Hodinöhsö:ni' Juried Art Show Preview Reception

Friday, December 2nd, 2022 | 6 PM - 8 PM
 
Join us Friday evening at the Seneca Art & Culture Center to preview the 2022 Hodinöhsö:ni' Juried Art Show. This event provides an opportunity to meet some of the artists and first chance to purchase from artists. Awards will be given to the artists and light refreshments will be served.
 
Registration is required to attend, there is limited space available. please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hodinohsoni-juried-art-reception-tickets-469978828327

Ganondagan Indigenous Winter Arts Market & Hodinohso:ni Arts Show. Saturday, December 3rd, 2022

12/3 Indigenous Winter Arts Market & Hodinöhsö:ni’ Art Show

Saturday, December 3rd | 10 AM - 4 PM

On Saturday, December 3, from 10 am - 4 pm, experience Haudenosaunee culture while shopping for that one-of-a-kind holiday gift. Ganondagan’s Indigenous Winter Arts Market is FREE and open to the public! Enjoy holiday shopping from Haudenosaunee vendors including artists featured in the Hodinöhsö:ni’ Art Show and at the Ganondagan Gift Shop for handcrafted jewelry, pottery, beadwork, artwork, cornhusk dolls, clothing, books, and more. Join a guided tour of the 2022 Hodinöhsö:ni’ Art Show and get some additional insight into the featured artwork of 32 Haudenosaunee artists selected to be in the show. For this special day, museum admission is free, we invite you to enjoy the exhibit gallery and the Iroquois Creation Story film. 

12/5 How Bright the Sunlight

Monday, December 5th | 6PM
 
Pre-concert Conversation & World Premiere Concert
Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre
26 Gibbs St. Rochester 
 
6:00 to 7:00 PM - Pre-Concert Conversation with Composer Anthony Davis, and Conductor Timothy Long
 - Moderated by Peter and Ansley Jemison from Ganondagan, this event will focus on the piece How Bright the Sunlight
 
7:30 PM - World Premiere Eastman Philharmonia 
Eastman School of Music will present the world premiere of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Anthony Davis' How Bright the Sunlight, a work for symphony orchestra and narrator, with a libretto curated by the first Native American US Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo. The narration, spoken by Joy, is based on both the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address and Joy’s poem, Thanksgiving in a Time of War and Confusion. 
 
Timothy Long (Muscogee Creek/ Choctaw), conductor
Joy Harjo (Muscogee Creek), narrator
James VanDemark, bass
 
This is event is FREE and open to the public, no ticket is required.
 

Fall/Winter Yoga at Ganondagan with Allison

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

This donation-based class is located in the Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium. Park in the main parking lot and go through the front doors, the auditorium is on the left.

 

Cartoon image of diverse people doing Tai Chi in front of bark longhouse

Tai Chi and Qi gong - Series

Tuesdays: Nov. 8th & 22nd

11 AM-11:45 AM

The ancient practices of Tai Chi and Qi gong combine slow, deliberate movements, meditation, and breathing exercises bringing relaxation, peace and balance to mind, body and spirit and can also send that same energy out in all directions to all beings. Join us for a series of classes that introduces people to the first several movements of a Yang-style form. 

Regular practice can develop inspiration, confidence and self-awareness, promote healthy breathing, improve vitality and cultivate harmony with Nature!

Instructor: Master Kathleen M. Gill, Ph.D. is a retired clinical psychologist with forty years of experience in stress management and health promotion. She was granted the title in 2014 by her Grandmaster William C. C. Chen. She tells her clients and students that the best method of relaxation is the one you practice every day - and taiji quan (Tai Chi) and qigong is that method for her.

Location: The class takes place in the back of the Seneca Art & Culture Center up the stairs/right in front of the Earth Altar

Inclement Weather Location: Inside, in the Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium (Meet outside at the Front Door and wait to be let in, as the Seneca Art & Culture Center isn’t open to the public on Tuesdays. If you are late and can't enter with the group please call the SACC front desk at 924-5848 to be let in)

Cost: Donation Based (suggested $5-$15) in support of Friends of Ganondagan

Participants should wear comfortable clothing and shoes

PLEASE NOTE - A sign is always posted on the front door of the Seneca Art & Culture Center to indicate whether the class will be inside or outside, and it will include a phone number to call to be let in (as the Seneca Art & Culture Center is not open for visitors on Tuesdays). 

Bark Longhouse at Ganondagan

5/1 Bark Longhouse opens for the season

May- October Bark Longhouse is open for the season

Our full-size, Seneca Bark Longhouse (1998) is fully furnished to reflect a typical Seneca family from the late 1600’s, complete with reproductions of 17th century Seneca objects and colonial-era trade goods. Admission into the Bark Longhouse is included in our Summer admission fees.