LUNCHEON - THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE OF MUSIC AND STORYTELLING: A NATIVE PERSPECTIVE. PERFORMERS: ALICIA PAGAN AND RAYMOND TWO CROWS WALLEN.

Add to Calendar 11/14/2017 12:00:0011/14/2017 13:15:0015LUNCHEON - THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE OF MUSIC AND STORYTELLING: A NATIVE PERSPECTIVE. PERFORMERS: ALICIA PAGAN AND RAYMOND TWO CROWS WALLEN.Alicia Pagan and Raymond Two Crows Wallen (Ga-Li) will use the universal language of music and storytelling to explore the Native perspective that we are all related. RSVP to Tereza Szeghi at tszeghi1@udayton.edu. cRegistrations will be accepted on a first come basis until all openings are filled! Alicia Pagan: Singer, storyteller, and arts and language educator; M. Ed Multicultural Outreach (Wright State University); Greater Co­lumbus Arts Council; Ohio Humanities Council; Director and Co-­founder of Ga-Li ; LULAC Council #39000 Education Chair; Board Member and Co-founder of Del Pueblo Inc.; Miami Valley Council for Native Americans; Board Member Two Trees, Inc. Raymond Two Crows Wallen: Singer, songwriter, musician, and arts and naturalist educator; Greater Co­lumbus Arts Council; Miami Valley Council for Native Americans; community activist involved in preven­tion programming and community building and empowerment; Fiesta Latina Presenter; jewelry designer and silversmith; co-founders of Ga-Li, co-facilitated poetry, storytelling and curriculum workshops and diversity -training for a number of universities and community organizations including: Harvard, Princeton, More­house College, Wright State University, Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services, University of Day­ton, and numerous Cultural Festivals and Teacher In-Services; Native American Music Award nominee for the “Best Folk/Country Recording” category in 2004. Sponsored by the Native Peoples of the Americas Colloquium (NPAC). Please visit go.udayton.edu/npac for additional information regarding NPAC events. Contact Dr. Tom Morgan (tmorgan2@udayton.edu) or Dr. Tereza Szeghi (tszeghi1@udayton.edu) if you have any questions.Kennedy Torch LoungeTom Morgantmorgan2@udayton.eduNo11/14/2017

Tuesday, November 14

Time: 12 p.m. — 1:15 p.m.

Location: Kennedy Torch Lounge

Alicia Pagan and Raymond Two Crows Wallen (Ga-Li) will use the universal language of music and storytelling to explore the Native perspective that we are all related. RSVP to Tereza Szeghi at tszeghi1@udayton.edu. cRegistrations will be accepted on a first come basis until all openings are filled! Alicia Pagan: Singer, storyteller, and arts and language educator; M. Ed Multicultural Outreach (Wright State University); Greater Co­lumbus Arts Council; Ohio Humanities Council; Director and Co-­founder of Ga-Li ; LULAC Council #39000 Education Chair; Board Member and Co-founder of Del Pueblo Inc.; Miami Valley Council for Native Americans; Board Member Two Trees, Inc. Raymond Two Crows Wallen: Singer, songwriter, musician, and arts and naturalist educator; Greater Co­lumbus Arts Council; Miami Valley Council for Native Americans; community activist involved in preven­tion programming and community building and empowerment; Fiesta Latina Presenter; jewelry designer and silversmith; co-founders of Ga-Li, co-facilitated poetry, storytelling and curriculum workshops and diversity -training for a number of universities and community organizations including: Harvard, Princeton, More­house College, Wright State University, Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services, University of Day­ton, and numerous Cultural Festivals and Teacher In-Services; Native American Music Award nominee for the “Best Folk/Country Recording” category in 2004. Sponsored by the Native Peoples of the Americas Colloquium (NPAC). Please visit go.udayton.edu/npac for additional information regarding NPAC events. Contact Dr. Tom Morgan (tmorgan2@udayton.edu) or Dr. Tereza Szeghi (tszeghi1@udayton.edu) if you have any questions.

Contact Information:

Name:  Tom Morgan
Phone:  937-229-3456
Email:  tmorgan2@udayton.edu