Florida's Foreverly Shores
I have been invited to perform for the following event, after my Florida Committee Director of The National Women in the Arts, contacted the events coordinator of the Deltona Arts and Historical Center~
quote:The invitation soon followed -
We have a Florida Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts member and master poetess who has volumes of original work ... much of it of her Indian Culture.
Could you possibly consider that she could bring such beauty to your event by reading a few of the mutually chosen poetry pieces for all to
We consider her gift of original poetry writing and performing such a treasure.
Sylvia Cashion Saul
Director Florida Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
Central and Central East Region
quote:-this is a wonderful opportunity to share my poetry with many artisans and I am honored to be included in the ceremonies~
NATIVE AMERICAN ART EXHIBITION & NAMING CEREMONY.
ENJOY A UNIQUE CULTURAL EXPERIENCE.
Please join us at the Opening Reception for, "The Spirit of Three Wolves" an exhibition of oil paintings by Robert Lawrence.
Iroquois / Mohawk Indian artist, Robert Lawrence, specializes in painting horses, flowers, birds, portraits, seascapes and landscapes. Mr. Lawrence has been an artist and occasional teacher of painting for over 40 years.
The Reception will also feature a unique NAMING CEREMONY. Supreme Chief, Chief White Feather, will ceremonially rename Robert Lawrence awarding him
his long awaited new Native American name.
Native American entertainment with special invitee, Poetess Marge Tindal, (known by the Cherokee name of ~*Willow White Feather*~), performing three of her Native Indian Heritage poems.
Refreshments will be provided.
Date: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2006
Time: 2 p.m.
Place: Deltona Arts & Historical Center
682 Deltona Blvd.
Admission: FREE to the public
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