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Archive Projects

Dance Exchange with UCSD

On July 11 and 12th and July 18th and 19th, from 9-noon, the students from the Rincon Youth Storytellers will learn the choreography from Sia’s performance on American Idol.  Sam Mitchell will also discuss the work of Contemporary Indigenous Choreographers and Directors and the ways in which they continue to foster healing, education and survivance as Native and First Nation people.
• To teach UCSD undergraduates and Native teens simultaneously through an intensive mentor-based program. The program would run on several mentor-teen partnerships that will be sustained from the inception of the project in 2016-17. This means that some teens will have had the same mentor throughout their entire high school experience.• To introduce teenagers who are undecided about attending college to UCSD students excited about knowledge and inclusion. The project operates on the premise that college education should be available to all people and that dance and theater can effectively reach those who are uncertain about college, and help them enroll, enter, and thrive at college.

FNX/ First Nation Experience Television Network: Short Film collaboration

TDV/Tribal Digital Village: Luiseño Children’s Songs Re-Recording Project

Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association (SCTCA) provides support to RYS in the form of a technical advisor, facilities, and access to media devices.  The current Media Program includes but is not limited to the re-recording of non-traditional children’s songs in Luiseño and the preservation of Storytelling events by teaching students how to record and document performances.

Palomar Community College AIS Dept: Children’s Luiseño Book Project:‘Why the Stinkbug is Black’