Keepers offers a variety of activities and participatory events to help people learn more about Native American culture.
Keepers travels the world offering presentations on a variety of topics, from American Indian history and Native American storytelling to pipemaking and beadwork. What better way to spend time with your family, friends or students than to immerse in tribal art or history? Our craft and dance demonstrations can help enrich the lives of our audiences and open up a wealth of knowledge into Native American cultures.
Some schools we did presentations recently:
"On behalf of the U.S. Embassy Berlin I would like to thank all of you again very much for visiting the school yesterday! It was truly an amazing and interesting experience for the students and I am certain they learned many new and fascinating facts about Native American culture and traditions."
Heike Mead, U.S. Embassy - Public Affairs, Berlin - Germany
A 30-60 minute presentation of Native American Indian Storytelling for your school, group or event. Longer presentations are available for your group.
Stories by Bud Johnston Ojibewa storyteller. Learn about the Ojibewa people through their stories. Popular stories include the great flood, the Apostle Islands, Coyotes New Name, Hummingbird, White Buffalo pipe, and stories about the different dance style.
Storytelling Tipi Presentation
A 30-60 minute presentation of Native American Indian Storytelling and history for your school, group or event inside a tipi with 12-20 students depending on size of tipi. Or have us set up a tipi decorated inside with hides and artifacts gives the stories and history a whole new dimension (large groups will not fit inside) Longer presentations are available for your group.