Arts Horizons presents The Redhawk Native American Arts Council
Arts Horizons presented The Redhawk Native American Arts Council at Davison Avenue Intermediate School in Malverne, Long Island on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018. The Live assembly performance presented dances of indigenous cultures to share the rich history and culture of Native Americans with a goal of breaking stereotypes.
A live video interview and performance highlight were featured in Newsday Magazine online and can be viewed here: “Redhawk Native American Dancers perform for LI students.”
We were pleased to receive feedback from Assistant Principal, Stephen J. Benfante to, “express my sincere appreciation for all the great programs you helped bring to our school. For several years, you have helped us organize interactive and educationally enriching assemblies for our students. Your artists are not only very talented, but they are always prompt, professional and, most of all, relate well with children. ”
Arts Horizons’ Live Performance Assemblies are interactive and educational experiences for your school or community center that may include character education, anti-bullying, cultural awareness, dance, music and storytelling. For more information, contact Gloria, Program Manager of Performances at Gloria @ artshorizons.org , 1201-567-1766 X 120.