Children's Summer Programs 2019

Piano & Voice | Arts Camp | KLU Program | MOC | MOC Jr

Piano & Voice Lessons

keys of pianoThe Oneida Nation Arts Program offers an exciting way to encourage students to develop a background in music. Community members have the opportunity to enhance their voice and piano skills. This program has the potential to mend our cultural bridge.

The goal of our program is to bring the Oneida community together as one family through music. Lesson Dates: 6/19, 6/26, 7/3, 7/10, 7/17, 7/24, 2019. Half hour time slots are between 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM.
For more info: (920) 496-5260. Register online on Community Pass: http://bit.ly/pnoclss

Oneida Arts Camp

milky way This year our theme for our Art Camp is Celestial Beings and the Milky Way. Children will design art, while learning and discovering about traditional stories of the sun, moon & stars.

Treat your child to a fun-filled week of painting, sewing, metal art, and fabrication that is inspired by the vibrant cultures of our Oneida Nation. Activities are tailored to age and skill and are led by a team of Indigenous teachers and young adult helpers. The camp will conclude with a showing of the children's take-home art work and the public art installation, Friday evening after work. Camp Dates: June 24-28, Ages: 9-14. For more info: (920) 496-5260. Register online on Community Pass: http://bit.ly/artcmp19

K.L.U.

Tk.l.u teenshe Kanithotiysa Latiwaythtas Ukwehuwehnha (KLU) is a one-to-one Oneida language program. KLU is an Oneida phrase that means "young people learning our ways." This is a branch off of the Music of our Culture (MOC) program and sponsored by the Oneida Nation Arts Program. The KLU Summer Program is for

teens, ages 14-16 years old. KLU started in 2015 to give youth more exposure to language and culture and leadership expanding from what they learn within the Music from Our Culture (MOC) program. Since then, the Oneida Nation Arts Program has expanded it into the KLU Summer Program for teenage youth. This Program is about learning Oneida language, song & dance, helping the community, developing leadership skills, and having a good time while learning and building a positive future. Attend this mandatory orientation meeting for more information. For more info, contact Gabrielle at Oneida Nation Arts Program, (920) 490-3835 or email:
gmetoxe2@oneidanation.org Register online on Community Pass: http://bit.ly/klu-oneida

Music from Our Culture

m.o.c. teen singerOur most popular camp is new and improved this year, promising fun, friendship, and spectacular performance for students ages 9 – 16.

We have the best Indigenous music teachers and guests providing a nurturing and educational environment. They're learning social music, Indian hymns, Native flute, Pow wow drum, and contemporary music.

The camp includes team building, games, song, dance, language, and leadership development. Then, at the end of the camp, the group performs a repertoire that reflects the "Music of Our Culture." Camp Dates: 7/15-7/18, 7/22-7/25, & 7/29-8/1, 2019. For children ages: Ages: 9-16. For more info, contact Gabrielle at Oneida Nation Arts Program, (920) 490-3835. Register online on Community Pass: http://bit.ly/moc-teen

Music from Our Culture, Jr

moc jrTreat your child to a fun-filled week of singing, dancing, music making and art inspired by the vibrant culture of the Oneida Nation!

Activities are tailored to age and skill and are led by a team of Indigenous music teachers and young adult helpers.

The camp will conclude with a group performance and collaboration piece from both MOC Camps Thursday evening after work.

Camp Dates: 7/29-8/1, 2019. For children ages: 7 to 8 years old. For more info, contact Gabrielle at Oneida Nation Arts Program, (920) 490-3835.
Register online on Community Pass: http://bit.ly/moc-jr

 

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