Seeds Art and Culture Programs and Workshops
From the music of the courting flute to the laughter that comes with storytelling, we offer a variety of Indigenous art and culture programs to share the joy our cultures.
If you would like to bring We Are the Seeds to your school or event, contact us here.
Summer at Courtyard Enrichment Program - July 2018
Cultural sharing through art and music with Tailinh Agoyo, Cassie Rose Mitchell, and Herman Agoyo,II.
This is a private event.
Photo courtesy of Queen Village Neighbors Association
Fringe Arts Festival 2018
The Magic of Storytelling with Tchin
Tchin is a nationally known artist and educator of Indigenous arts and culture. Tchin brings ancestral stories alive with Native American music and colorful magic. In his energizing presentation, Tchin addresses important topics including cultural diversity, music appreciation, and environmental stewardship.
September 15 / 2pm
$15 / 60 minutes - Check back for ticket information!
The Art Dept.
1638 E Berks St.
East Berks Street, PA 19125
A look at past programs + workshops
Office of MultiCultural Affairs Talk with Tailinh Agoyo at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania
1. Artist visit and cultural sharing at Friends Select School 2. Tchin wearing a traditional roach 3. Tailinh Agoyo and Tommy Orange Digital Storytelling Workshop for Indigenous Elders in SLC 4. Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake.