Learn how the Mohawk Bear Clan came to be known as the "Keeper of Medicines"

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Learn how the Mohawk Bear Clan came to be known as the "Keeper of Medicines"

Save the Date: Celebrating Circle of Dance! Medicine Bear at the NMAI

Innovative Native choreographer, Santee Smith, Mohawk, captures the attention of young and old alike with this theater/dance presentation of Medicine Bear. Through whimsical music, dance and storytelling, Medicine Bear weaves into one magical narrative the traditional Iroquoian story of how the Bear Clan came to be known as the "Keeper of the Medicines."

Attend a performance Thursday, April 18, at 6 p.m. in the Diker Pavillion of the National Musuem of the American Indian's Gustav Heye Center in New York City.

For more info, go to Nmai.si.edu.

 

 

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