Cultural Survival Bazaar

A Festival of Native Arts and Culture

16th Annual Cultural Survival Bazaar at Tiverton Four Corners Art Center

16th Annual Cultural Survival Bazaar at Tiverton Four Corners Art Center

July 30 + 31
Tiverton Four Corners Art Center
3852 Main Road
Tiverton, RI 02878
10am - 5pm
 
 
Free parking! 
 
Featuring Mashpee Wampanoag chef, Sherry Pocknett - read about her here
 
As chef at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum, Chef Sherry cooks a full menu that's enough to get your mouth watering! At the Bazaar, you can typically enjoy a hearty Indian taco, a fish dish, or turtle soup, among other options, washed down with another traditional favorite - sassafras tea.
 
Chef Sherry gave a tutorial for a Native twist on a Thanksgiving meal. 
 
 
Live performances by: 
 
Yarina, a Kichwa band from Ecuador whose haunting rhythms transport listeners to the Amazon jungle,
through the Andes mountains, and into a world of jazz and reggae fusion. Click here to visit their website.

 
 
Spirit Wing, a Native American band that combines folk/acoustic styles with traditional Native American roots. Click here to visit their website.
 
Hawk Henries, a Nipmuck wood flautist, flutemaker, and storyteller who uses music to create common ground and dialogue between peoples of diverse cultures and beliefs and promote the wellbeing of Eastern Woodland Native communities. Click here to visit his website.
 
Sidy Maiga and the Afrimanding, a Malian band that brings us the complex traditional sounds of West African joined with Caribbean and hiphop rhythms. Click here to visit his website.
 
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