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Background Information

Employment History

Cultural Program Aide

American Indian Center of Chicago


Cultural Instructor and Project Director

Indian Youth Drum


Northern Cheyenne Fancy War Dancer


Sun Foundation


Affiliations

Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana

Member


Web References(13 Total References)


www.art-teez.org

by Larry Lockwood Creator Bless by Larry Lockwood Larry LockwoodNorthern Cheyenne Fancy War DancerCultural InstructorThe purpose of the Native American Heritage Perspective is to educate and help students to develop a sense of appreciation for Mother Earth, and for the unique Native American Heritage of this country. Classroom / School / College / Organizational Presentations The Grandfather Drum is central to the cultural presentation, and Fancy War Dance Regalia will be on display as well as many other authentic cultural items.Singing, drumming, and storytelling will provide an educational and entertaining experience for the students. Mr. Lockwood has worked as the Cultural Program Aide for the American Indian Center of Chicago, and has worked in Indian Education since 1989 for various tribal schools and Title VII Indian Education Programs. he is also the recipient of a 2003 Quad City Arts "Individual Artist" Grant. For Honorarium and scheduling information, please contact:Larry Lockwood / 309-797-8779 / Moline IL.


www.sunfoundation.org

Larry Lockwood Larry is a member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana and currently resides in the Quad Cities in Illinois.He has worked a s a Cultural Instructor and Project Director of an Indian Youth Drum and Dance Performance Group in the state of Washington.He has also worked in Title IX Indian Education Programs in Washington.He is dedicated to American Indian Education & Cultural Preservation.


www.iresist.org [cached]

Larry Lockwood, Northern Cheyenne Fancy War Dancer, speaks about identity.


www.starcourier.com [cached]

Larry Lockwood, a northern Cheyenne fancy war dancer and cultural instructor, will be featured during the event from noon to 1 p.m. in the auditorium (A-116).The college's Office of Intercultural and Community Affairs is sponsoring the presentation.Lockwood has worked as the cultural program aide for the American Indian Center of Chicago, and has worked in Indian education since 1989 for various tribal schools and Title VII Indian education programs.He is also the recipient of a 2003 Quad City Arts "Individual Artist" grant.


www.art-teez.org [cached]

by Larry Lockwood Black Moring Star by Larry LockwoodLarry LockwoodNorthern Cheyenne Fancy War DancerCultural InstructorThe purpose of the Native American Heritage Perspective is to educate and help students to develop a sense of appreciation for Mother Earth, and for the unique Native American Heritage of this country. Classroom / School / College / Organizational Presentations The Grandfather Drum is central to the cultural presentation, and Fancy War Dance Regalia will be on display as well as many other authentic cultural items.Singing, drumming, and storytelling will provide an educational and entertaining experience for the students. Mr. Lockwood has worked as the Cultural Program Aide for the American Indian Center of Chicago, and has worked in Indian Education since 1989 for various tribal schools and Title VII Indian Education Programs. he is also the recipient of a 2003 Quad City Arts "Individual Artist" Grant. For Honorarium and scheduling information, please contact:Larry Lockwood / 309-797-8779 / Moline IL.


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