Indigenous Arts Night

This event is located in The Underground @ Yale Schwarzman Center, 168 Grove Street, New Haven CT 06511. Open to Yale students, faculty, and staff.
Tuesday, November 14, 2023 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Yale Schwarzman Center, The Underground
168 Grove St.
New Haven, CT 06511

The Yale Native American Cultural Center presents the third annual Indigenous Arts Night.

Celebrate music, visual art, dance, poetry, and more forms of creative imagination with Emcee Jairus Rhoades.

The night will highlight Native and Indigenous artists and art makers of all disciplines, genres, and mediums – from music, visual arts, comedy, to monologues. The space is intended to showcase the beautiful work our communities create, so please feel free to feature something new and/or anything you have worked on in the past. We are looking to honor, celebrate, and reclaim our creativity in a safe and supportive space.

Performers REGISTER Submissions are due by 11:59 pm Monday, October 23.

Performers should plan to sound check the afternoon of November 14th. Written poetry, visual art, beadwork, photography, etc. can be submitted online through this form, or can be brought in physically to The Underground at Schwarzman Center on November 14th

Audience REGISTER We invite Yale’s Indigenous community and the wider undergraduate, graduate, and faculty community, as well as their guests to enjoy a bite to eat at The Elm and The Ivy and to support the creative artists from Yale’s Indigenous community.

For questions and accommodations please reach out to Native American Cultural Center student staff members and event lead, Naima Blanco-Norberg Please include your name and Indigenous Arts Night in the subject line.