Please join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, July 24, 2013, for a conversation with contemporary dance choreographer Rosy Simas, Seneca who lives and teaches in Minneapolis. Her family is from the Cornplanter tract and Cattaraugus reservation. Simas’ choreography has been presented in Minnesota, New York, Wisconsin, California, Montréal and Vancouver and the New Dance Alliance Performance Mix in NY. She has received several arts awards recently and we will talk about those in addition to her plans for the coming year.
Please join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, July 31 as she talks with Mark Anderson, Executive Director of the Barbara Schneider Foundation. Recently, the Foundation hosted a "World Cafe" in South Minneapolis to discuss the issue of Native American mental health. This is one of many gatherings around the country on this important but neglected issue in Indian Country.