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June - October, Outdoor Yoga at Ganondagan - Donation Class

6 pm, Thursdays (weather dependent) 
Victor Yoga Studio - Donation Class (Proceeds to Friends of Ganondagan)
Park at lower parking lot on State Route. 444 (Victor - Holcomb Road), across from Silverton Glenn, follow "Yoga" trail signs
Please check Victor Yoga Studio to confirm schedule
 

10/20-10/21 Symposium on Eastern Woodland Material & Art

“Our goal is to promote the appreciation of, and to facilitate better understanding of woodland Indian art and material culture; both in a historic context as well as a modern cultural tradition”

Speakers for this event will include:

  • Jolene Rickard – Director of the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program - Cornell University
  • Michael Galban – Curator Seneca Art & Culture Center
  • Alan Gutchess – Director of the Fort Pitt Museum – Heinz History Center
  • Kurt Jordan – Cornell University - Author of The Seneca Restoration 1715- 1754
  • Mindy Magyar – Professor - College of Imaging Arts & Sciences - Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Scott Stevens- Director of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Program - Syracuse University
  • Nicholas Stolle – Author of Talking Beads – the History of Wampum

Please go to event page for more information and registration

10/31/17 Last Day to Visit the Bark Longhouse for the Season

Today is the last day to visit the bark longhouse, it will open again May 1, 2018.

11/11/17 Canandaigua Treaty Day Commemoration

Come join us in Canandaigua as we commemorate the Canadaigua Treaty of 1794 which established a relationship of peace and friendship between the Haudenosaunee and the United States. Please see see our event page for more details. Free and open to the public.

11/12/17 The Good Hunter

1 pm- 3pm

Come to Ganondagan and learn Seneca hunting skills! Students ages 8-16 are welcome to come and learn about Seneca hunting equipment, practice archery, learn some animal tracking skills, and fire building! Adult supervision is required. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. Check back for more details on this fun program! 

Meet at the Seneca Art & Culture Center

12/2/17 Native American Winter Arts Weekend- Art & Music Festival

10 am - 4 pm

Come join us for storytelling, music, children's activities and Native American art and crafts to purchase! More details to come, please check back!

Seneca Art & Culture Center

12/3/17 Native American Winter Arts Weekend- RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked The World

1 PM - 4 PM

Come to the second day of our Native American Winter Arts and Music weekend and see the award winning film, RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked The World.  More details to come!

Seneca Art & Culture Center Auditorium

12/9/17 Living in Balance Film Series: "Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation"

1 PM - 4 PM

Come to Ganondagan and see the film that has critics raving. The documentary follows the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse team during the 2015 World Box Lacrosse Championship in which culture, sovereignty, and sports interwove for this historic event. After the film stay and listen to the Executive Director of the Iroquois Nationals lacrosse team, Ansley Jemison (Seneca Nation/Wolf Clan) , speak of his experiences with the team and Haudenosaunee sovereignty. While you are here be sure to visit the Iroquois Nationals exhibit in the Seneca Art & Culture gallery!

Seneca Art & Culture Center