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IndigenousWays Festival

Fri, Apr 29, 2022, 12:00am - Fri, Sep 30, 2022, 12:00am

May 18th - September 21st, 5pm - 8pm every third Wednesday of every month

Hosted at various parks around Santa Fe

The IndigenousWays Festival supports and showcases Native American / Indigenous, and LGBTQAI2S+ (including 2 Spirit) scholars, presenters, musicians, artists, poets, and storytellers. We will also provide workshops before the main event, facilitated by healing practitioners, spiritual advisors, elders, youth, traditional healers, and dancers. All audiences will be welcomed and included.


At all in person events children's playgrounds are meant encourage families to gather, creating an ambiance of community and family. We will facilitate wheelchair access as well as providing American Sign Language interpreters to make access available to all.

Our online hybrid platform will extend the program’s reach to digital audiences, and will also feature ASL interpretation - cementing IndigenousWays’ tradition of inclusion of Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities.


  • May 18th, 5pm-8pm, Villa Linda Park (ADDRESS)
  • June 15th, 5pm-8pm, Railway Park (ADDRESS)
  • August 17th, 5pm-8pm, Railway Park (ADDRESS)
  • July 20th, 5pm-8pm, Railway Park (ADDRESS)
  • September 21st, 5pm-8pm, Railway Park (ADDRESS)

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Mapping Gay Guides

Wed, Jun 1, 2022, 12:00am - Fri, Jul 1, 2022, 12:00am


Imagine . . . the year is 1965. The place is your town. What does it look like to be gay, there, at that time? Where do you go to find people like you? Where is it safe to be you? How does that change as the years pass? Now we can explore this not so ancient history through the lens of Bob Damron's Address Book, an annual guide for gay people in the US.


On this program we’re joined by Dr. Amanda Regan and Dr. Eric Gonzaba, co-creators of the NEH-funded digital history project Mapping the Gay Guides. Dr. Regan teaches history at Clemson University, and Dr. Gonzaba teaches American Studies at California State University in Fullerton. For more information, visit www.MappingTheGayGuides.org or follow @gayguides on Twitter.

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Following the Manito Trail Exhibition & Humanities Discussion Series

Sun, Jul 31, 2022, 12:00am - 1:00am

March 26th through July 31st 2022
Hosted by Millicent Rogers Museum


1504 Millicent Rogers Rd, El Prado, NM 87529

The Following the Manito Trail cultural heritage exhibition and associated Humanities Discussion Series share the familial stories and creative expressions of migrant Manitos to create public dialogue about their long-lasting legacies in the northern New Mexican cultural landscape. Through interviews, poetry, stories, photographs, and cultural arts, audiences join the conversation in learning about Manito contributions in the exhibition at the Millicent Rogers Museum and two additional venues in northern New Mexico.

March 26th 4:30pm-5:30pm MST, First event in the Humanities Discussion Series

March 26th 5:30-7:30pm MST, Opening reception for Following the Manito Trail

March 27th 1pm-3pm MST, Manito Migrations & Mountain Memories, part of the Humanities Discussion Series

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