NVision teams up with Lac du Flambeau to host Youth Media Training

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Empowering Our Future Leaders, Ensuring Cultural Preservation
Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin
Saturday, September 15 – Sunday, September 16, 2012
Promoting Youth Leadership, Empowerment & Wellness through Arts, Multimedia

Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin. The NVision Tour is coming to the community of Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin. Don’t miss this fun and exciting FREE 2-day youth event that will include workshops in photography, filmmaking, graphic design, and the creation of a large community mural. The youth training is part of the Lac du Flambeau Band Legacy of Survival: A Walk in the Footsteps of Our Elders initiative.

NVision trainers will work directly with youth ages 12+ in the development of interpretive, marking and preservation materials focusing on the theme “History Through My Eyes.” The youth will produce a poster series, public service announcement, community mural, and photographs that will be unveiled during the grand opening of the Boys Dormitory Life Exhibit. NVision trainers will be coming from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Oregon and include some the brightest Native arts and media talent today.

Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

  • Youth Arts & Multi-Media Workshops
  • Come learn how to be the next generation of artists & multi-media experts.
  • Lunch and snacks provided

A community presentation will be held Sunday, September 16, at 4:00 pm where youth will present their finished products. A community feast will be held for attendees. All are welcome! All events held at the Aabinoojiiyag Center, 407 Huron Street, Lac du Flambeau, WI 54538

For more info and to download registration/release forms visit: www.nvisionit.org or contact: Melinda Young, Tribal Historic Preservation Office, office: (715) 588-2139, cell: (715) 892-8907, email: Mjyoung@ldftribe.com

NVision is committed to the development of Native youth leadership and traditional and contemporary expressions of art, culture, education, and media from a Native core and perspective. For more info contact: Alyssa Macy, Co-Director, alyssamacy@gmail.com or 414-748-0220.


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