Celebrating Native Community: 47 Years of the Stanford Powwow
Free and open to the public, on-site registration required.
Celebrating Native Community: 47 Years of the Stanford Powwow features both early and contemporary coverage of Stanford Powwows. It includes photographs of Powwow dancers, Planning Committee members, and Native students and alumni, Powwow posters (including the earliest, dating from 1971), programs, memorabilia, student publications, and a video installation featuring members of the 2017 Stanford Powwow Planning Committee, created by alumnus Corey Soap (Cherokee, Class of 2018).
Developed as a partnership between the Stanford University Archives and the Native American Cultural Center, the exhibit was co-curated by Denni Dianne Woodward (Mescalero Apache; Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, and Associate Director, Native American Cultural Center / American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Program) and Dean Eyre III (Class of 1980, former Administrative Assistant for Undergraduate Advising and Research).