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Performances...Demonstrations...Hands-on Opportunities

Enjoy captivating performances, fascinating demonstrations, and extraordinary hands-on experiences for all ages.*  This event is one of four Cultural Arts Days weekends designed to give you a taste of the cultural creativity which was on display in this region nearly 200 years ago.


Bring your family and friends, and enjoy a whole day of exploring the sights and sounds of traditional Native American creative arts. 

*Recommended for ages 5 through adult.

Saturday, July 15, 2023  |  10 am to 4 pm

General Admission is FREE
thanks to support from the Chipstone Foundation, Kohler Foundation, & Myrtle Fund (Wm. O'Connor & Krista Roys)
Co-Hosted by the Ho-Chunk Nation Museum & Cultural Center


 Live Performance By

Wisconsin Dells Singers &

Dancers of the Ho-Chunk Nation

Time TBA 


Experience the energy of Ho-Chunk traditional music and dance.  Learn about the cultural significance behind the regalia and the performance.  

Stop by Josephine Lee's booth 

Ho-Chunk Nation Museum

& Cultural Center


Interact with the Ho-Chunk Museum's director and learn about the cultural arts of the Ho-Chunk people. Bring your curiosity and questions. Explore the mobile museum.

Demonstration of

Ho-Chunk Fingerweaving

by Bonnie Bird


The roots of this Indigenous fiber art run deep. [Artist bio coming soon.] 

Demonstration of

Ho-Chunk Side Stitch Beadwork

by Kirsten Betancurt


Beadwork has historically been an integral part of Indigenous cultural arts. [Artist bio coming soon.] 

Demonstration of

Ho-Chunk Basketry

by Kim Crowley


Both functional and beautiful, Ho-Chunk baskets are a quintessential representation of cultural resilience. [Artist bio coming soon.] 


More to Come...


There is more in the works! Keep an eye here for details about Ho-Chunk cultural creative arts demonstrations and hands-on experiences as the arrangements come together.  Check back frequently.


The event is a "go" rain or shine as most stations are under open-sided tents.

Indigenous Cultural Arts Day

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