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CHICAGO This Friday, Trickster Gallery will host a workshop: Indigenous Movement, Activism, Music, Spirituality, Wellness, and Healthy Living and then a concert featuring Quese IMC & Indigenous Shock B of Culture Shock Camp.
Culture Shock Camp originated in the Southern Plains of Oklahoma with a vision and message of drug & alcohol-free wellness, spirituality, artistic and musical expression, leadership, goals, education and healthy lifestyles.
“Opportunity to Move and Make Change”
Through services such as motivational speaking, youth leadership trainings, workshops, performing arts camps, music production, songwriting, spoken word, concerts, sporting, community and special events. Culture Shock Camp has touched the lives of thousands of Native and non-Natives nationwide and internationally.
Trickster Gallery opened in 2005 as part of the American Indian Center of Chicago's Arts Program. The American Indian Center is the oldest urban Indian Center in the country, with Trickster being the only Native American owned and operated arts institution in the state.
Culture Shock Camp Workshop and Concert
Friday, July 20,
7:00 pm, cdt - Workshop
8:00 pm, cdt - LIVE SHOW Traditional Native & Hip Hop Music
190 S. Roselle Rd.
Schaumburg, IL 60193
posted July 17, 2012 6:59 am edt