- Seneca Art & Culture Center
Events & Programs
- 2016 - 17 Programs & Events
- Iroquois White Corn Cooking Class
- Living History - Exploring Haudenosaunee Art
- Tattoo Traditions of Turtle Island
- Canandaigua Treaty Event
- Identity Through Animal Tracking Workshop
- Native American Winter Arts Show
- Native Games, Stories, Music & Campfire with John Stokes
- Charlie's Old Goat Run
- Native American Winter Games & Sports
- An Evening of Southwest Music
- Breaking Bread - Building Bridges
- Native American Dance & Music Festival
- Path Through History
- Beaded Strawberry Workshop
- Iroquois White Corn Project
Signatures of the Seneca - So that the story never ends
The Signatures of the Seneca is the campaign to endow the new Seneca Art and Culture Center at Ganondagan. It is a collaborative venture between the non-profit Friends of Ganondagan and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.
Endowing the Seneca Art & Culture Center will ensure the authentic living culture and history of the Seneca and Haudenosaunee is protected in perpetuity at their traditional homeland - Ganondagan.
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"For the last decade, Ganondagan Site Manager Peter Jemison has shared his dream with partners and philanthropists from all corners of NY State and across the country. The resulting support raised thus far in a challenging economic time is a tribute to his conviction and ability to convey the importance of this project to the Seneca people and to all of us. I invite even more of our friends to help us present the history and continuing contributions of the Haudenosaunee people to our local and global visitors year-round."
Friends of Ganondagan
Signatures of the Seneca Campaign Chair
You don't often find the opportunity to take part in something greater than yourself, to play a vital role at a "crossroads moment" in a story with roots beyond memory. Here is your opportunity.
Your gift to the Signatures of the Seneca campaign connects you directly to The Seneca Art and Culture Center at Ganondagan. More than just a building, it sanctifies a place devastated by war but dedicated to peace.
For your convenience, you can "be part of something greater" in several ways:
Please call us at 585-742-1690 weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern time to contribute via credit card.
Click the "Donate" button below to securely contribute using your MasterCard or Visa credit card or your PayPal account. Simply note the amount of your contribution and fill out the form.