Sun, Oct 22|
New York City Premier of Native America Part 2
NATIVE AMERICA illuminates the beauty and power of contemporary Indian Country in this Native directed series. Follow the Native American artists, engineers, and leaders drawing upon deep traditions to build a better 21st century.
Time & Location
Oct 22, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
New York, Lower, 2537 Broadway, New York, NY 10025, USA
About the event
Join THIRTEEN, North American Indigenous Center of New York and Providence Pictures to honor the powerful legacy of Native cultural heritage with a preview of "New Worlds", the first episode of NATIVE AMERICA Season 2 and expert conversation featuring The Halluci Nation co-founders Tim "2OOLMAN" Hill (Mohawk) and Erhen "Bear Witness" Thomas (Cayuga First Nation), NATIVE AMERICA Executive Producer Gary Glassman, Producer/Director Charles "Boots" Kennedye (Kiowa), and Producer Pam Belgarde (Turtle Mountain Band Anishinaabe).
THIRTEEN, North American Indigenous Center of New York and Providence Pictures are committed to creating inclusive spaces in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you plan to attend the event and need to request a reasonable accommodation, please contact Mary Burke at email@example.com by October 16th.
NATIVE AMERICA Season 2 is a groundbreaking portrait of contemporary Indian Country. This four-part Native-directed series reveals the beauty and power of today’s Indigenous communities. Smashing stereotypes, it follows the brilliant engineers, bold politicians, and cutting-edge artists who draw upon Native tradition to build a better 21st century.
"New Worlds" explores the power of contemporary Native innovators. Their bold new designs are impacting life across the globe - and even in outer space. At the heart of their revolutionary approach are the diverse ways they apply their deeply held traditions to transform the modern world.
NATIVE AMERICA Season 2 Premieres Tuesdays, October 24-November 14 on THIRTEEN and PBS stations nationwide (check local listings).
NATIVE AMERICA is produced for PBS by Providence Pictures.