he Burke Museum hosts a special film screening with Gary Stroutsos on Saturday, September 29. Please feel free to share with others who may be interested in attending. We hope you can join us!
|Remembering the Songs: Music Traditions from the Zuni, Navajo, and Salish
Saturday, September 29, 2 pm
Free with museum admission
Join world flute artist and storyteller, Gary Stroutsos, for a tribute to the tradition of song and story in the Zuni, Navajo, and Salish cultures. The event will include a showing of Remembering the Songs, a 30-minute film featuring interviews with Fernando Cellicion, Paul Thompson, and Lucy Vanderburg; who offer a glimpse of the music makers of the Dine, Zuni, and Salish Communities. Also join Gary as he shares time honored songs on his traditional American Indian made flutes. Q&A will follow the presentation.
This presentation was made possible by Julie Cajune from the Heartlines Center for American Indian Policy and Applied Research at Salish Kootenai College, and the WK Kellogg Foundation.
Andrea Godinez (Barber)
Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator
Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
University of Washington | Box 353010
Seattle, WA 98195-3010
The Washington State Museum since 1899