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Alt Title(s): Jesse Cooday
Location: Interviewed in New York City on June 29, 2005.
Synopsis: In this interview, conducted by the Hemispheric Institute's Native curator Raquel Chapa, Native American artist Jesse Cooday (Tinglit) talks about his work in both the American Indian Community House (AICH) gallery -where he has assisted the gallery director- and its performing arts department, as well as his work during the late 80's, his activism in Alaska, and his work as a photographer. Cooda...
Alt Title(s): Spiderwoman Theater
Location: Performed at Indian Summer 2006 in The Circle at AICH, New York City, on May 20, 2006.
Synopsis: Spiderwoman Theater is the longest continuous running Native female performance group in North America. Comprised of three Kuna/Rappahannock sisters from Brooklyn, NY (Lisa Mayo, Gloria Miguel and Muriel Miguel), the group has traveled all over the world sharing performances, lectures, and workshops. Named after the Hopi goddess Spiderwoman, who taught the people to weave, the sisters write and p...
Alt Title(s): Dawn Dumont
Location: Performed as part of Indian Summer 2006 in The Circle at AICH, New York City, on May 5, 2006.
Synopsis: Comedian and actress Dawn Dumont has performed at comedy clubs across North America including the New York's Comic Strip, New York Comedy Club and the Improv. She began her comedy career in Canada on stages such as Yuk Yuks and the Laugh Resort. Dawn is also a comedy writer and has written for the stage, radio, film and television; her work has been featured on APTN's Buffalo Tracks and CBC Radio...