Deyǫgwagá:dǫnyǫ: (in the Cayuga language) and Teionkwakaratónnion (in the Mohawk language) can be interpreted as 'Sharing Our Stories" ...
Two days of programming has been designed specifically for young leaders attending WIPCE 2017 who want to explore their passions and gift but who also want to advance their personal development and leadership skills.
Over the two days of programming delegates of Deyǫgwagá:dǫnyǫ: will share their story among other Indigenous young leaders from around the globe.
Registration includes lunch each day, attending opening & closing ceremonies, participation in community tours, and the final day of workshops.
Track I: Hip-Hop with Tracee Smith
Over the course of two days, dancers will be learning hip-hop choreography to be performed at the WIPCE 2017 closing ceremonies.
Track II: Contemporary Dance with Santee Smith
Explore new Indigenous performance styles grounded in strong cultural teachings and practice. The learned choreography will be performed at the WIPCE 2017 closing ceremonies.
Track III: Indigenous Leadership
R.E.A.L. School's learning environment is experiential & interactive in creating opportunities for self-discovery, personal development, and leadership.
Track IV: Indigenous Theatre
Learn the skills of the theatre & discover your creative voice. Build a piece of theatre to be performed at the WIPCE 2017 closing ceremonies.