Spring 2022 Powwow
The American Indian and Indigenous Community Center, along with Native at VT, is happy to announce our spring powwow which will take place on April 23rd from noon to 5pm.
Located on the GLC lawn, this will be our 5th annual powwow and we are so excited to welcome tribal communities from the region to participate.
Traditionally, powwows have always invoked a sense of community among American Indian peoples. In addition to the continued development of campus community, the event aims to engage Native and Indigenous students on campus, promote cultural education, foster lasting relationships with Virginia tribes, and recruit prospective students. The day includes a showcase of Native dance traditions as well and drumming and singing. We will also welcome several Native vendors.
We are so grateful to our co-sponsors which include: Moss Arts Center; Liberal Arts and Human Sciences; Dept. of History; Religion and Culture; Fish and Wildlife; the Office for Inclusion and Diversity; Student Budget Board; American Indian Studies; University Libraries; Dept. of Sociology; The Graduate School; Pamplin College of Business; College of Science; School of Education; and the Dept. of Geosciences.
This event would not be possible without the support of our many campus partners.
This is a rain or shine event with GLC Multipurpose Room serving as our Rain location.