Storytelling

Native American Hoop Dance 2021: Competition and Reunion

Watching the Native American Hoop Dance is an experience that sticks with you. Maybe a Native American group visited your school or you witnessed the dance at a cultural event. Whatever the case, those moments make a lasting impression. You may not remember the faces or names of the dancers, but the feelings and the power of the dance remain. If you’ve missed the pleasure of absorbing this experience, now is the time! Sponsored by the Heard Museum, the annual Hoop Dance Contest is virtual this year due to COVID, thus expanding the audience and widening the participant pool. Instead…

Timpanogos Storytelling Conference and Festival: A Featured Article by Teresa Love

Don’t you LOVE it when you find a hidden gem? And don’t you wonder, “why didn’t I KNOW about this?” I’m here to tell you that the annual Timpanogos Storytelling Conference and Festival in Orem, Utah are brilliant hidden gems for elementary school classroom teachers and arts specialists. In case you don’t know, oral storytelling is enjoying a worldwide renaissance. Tellers from all ages tell old tales, new tales, hilarious narratives, personal stories, tall tales, healing stories, and more to enthusiastic listeners. Perhaps the oldest art form, and the basis of drama, theater, literature and film, storytelling connects deeply with…

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