Festivals and programs provide a great opportunity to meet artists and learn about their artistic inspirations. From small group lectures and intimate marketplaces to the acclaimed Guild Indian Fair & Market, which draws more than 700 artists and nearly 20,000 visitors, thereâ€™s something for everyone!
Playing for the World In 1902, a unique combination of Native women came together at a boarding school in Montana. They used the new sport of basketball to help them adjust to a rapidly changing world. Their travels and experiences led them to places they never imagined. Ultimately, these ... Details →
Our Spirits Don’t Speak English: Indian Boarding School A Native American perspective on Indian boarding schools. This documentary uncovers the dark history of U.s. Government policy which took Indian children from their homes, forced them into boarding schools, and enacted a policy of educating them in the ways of ... Details →
We Were Children This film contains disturbing content and is recommended for audiences age 16 years or older. Parental discretion is strongly advised For over 130 years, more than 100,000 of Canada’s First Nations children were legally required to attend government-funded schools run by various Christian faiths. These children ... Details →