We are calling out to all our fellow Indigenous brothers and sisters to apply for this wonderful event to showcase the wonderful talent and beauty Native America has to offer through Arts and material culture. Vending spaces will be available outdoors along with premium indoor booths!
Schedule of Events
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 - To Us the Ashes: Indigenous Shorts Package
To Us The Ashes, a reference and ode to Chief Seattle’s Treaty of 1854, is a collection of 5 Indigenous Documentary Shorts from across the world. As each short highlights different Indigenous stories of fly fishing conservationists in the Pacific Northwest to a young Lakota woman creating a girls’ boxing team, they each embody the ingenuity and tenacity of Indigenous People across the world. (1:38)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 AT 7 PM MDT - World Premiere of 'The Daily Life of Mistress Red'
The Daily Life of Mistress Red is a mockumentary that explores the world of kink, native women, and defeating white supremacy. Marie Callingbird is a Native fashion boutique owner and Mistress Red part-time. Mistress Red is a dominatrix for hire who takes the effects of racism, sexism, and colonization into her own hands by educating white supremacists through pleasure. This project focuses on issues within the circle of indigenous women, racism, and the acceptance of sexuality.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 + SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10 - Traditional/Social Dance Showcase
Enjoy a spectacular showcase of Indigenous traditional and social dancing.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2021
12:00 PM – Dine Tah’ Navajo Dancers
2:00 PM – Cha’pii’tu Apache Crown Dancers
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2021
12:00 PM – Wind River Drum & Dance Group
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 AT 7 PM MDT - Performance by Levi Platero Band
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2021 at 7 PM in the Gordon Gamm Theater.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 AT 9 PM MDT - Creative Nations Fashion Show
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11 AT 4:30 PM & 7:30 PM MDT - AMÁ
MONDAY OCTOBER 11, 2021 4:30pm & 7:00pm – Amá is a feature length documentary which tells an important and untold story: the abuses committed against Native American women by the United States Government during the 1960’s and 70’s: removed from their families and sent to boarding schools, forced relocation away from their traditional lands and involuntary sterilization.