Roaring Twenties: A great Gatsby experience
The big cheese says this will be the cat's meow, the berries, the hotsy totsy event of 2020. So, get a wiggle on it and plan now to get all dolled up as Dance of the Two Moons brings you a Great Gatsby Experience. We'll be puttin' on the Ritz as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dance of the Two Moons in 2020.
THANK YOU TULSA! WE ARE SOLD OUT1
As of February 19, 2020, WE ARE SOLD OUT! We are humbled by your outpouring of love for our Indian youth and their families.
If you would still like to be an integral part of the future of our Native American youth, please join us as a Youth Sponsor. We are doing our best to match $10,000 in donations by the end of the event.
Start planning for 2021 NOW. Our theme will having you searching for flowers and bell bottoms!
All the DTM20: Roaring Twenties beeswax will be right here. Come back often so you're on the trolley.
his art is the cat's meow!
Joe Don Brave grew up, immersed within the traditions and customs of the Osages and for 40 years has actively participate in our annual traditional ceremonial dances. Joe Don studied art at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he learned the fundamentals of art and museum studies. His artwork revolves around his heritage, emotions, environment and expressions that he picked up through his adventures along the road and while listening to the elders tell the stories of their experiences. He is the son of the Osage, part of its history and a product of its many changes, endured over time.
2020 Presenting Sponsor is a humdinger
Williams Companies has been a strong supporter of Tulsa's Indian community and IHCRC for many years. Their involvement over the past two years has been outstanding from their participation in the Native American Community Committee to their sponsorship of our inaugural Native American Youth Summit. As Presenting Sponsor for Dance of the Two Moons, Williams has made a specific commitment to our run/walk club, Running Strong and our youth summit We are grateful for their involvement and commitment to our next generation.
Meet our "newsie" and Our 2020 Circle of Life Community Partner
Griffin Communications is an Oklahoma-owned and operated multi-media company that reaches more than 90 percent of Oklahoma households with their television stations, statewide radio network, internet sites, digital outdoor network and mobile information distribution channels.
IHCRC is honored to have an ongoing partnership with Griffin Communications and Channel 6. They love our Native American youth and they're our favorite newshawk by far.
She's the big cheese (Honorary Chair)
Brittany Dias stays busy and involved with the American Indian community. She established and is the immediate past chair of the Native ONE Employee Resource Group. Brittany participates in many native outreach programs in northeast Oklahoma, including IHCRC's Native American Community Committee. She has spent countless hours supporting IHCRC's youth programs, including serving as host, primary resource and coordinator for the Native American Youth Summit.
IHCRC is honored to recognize Brittany's work and community spirit
tHis band's the berries
The Wavetones 13 piece band is able to do as much traditional Big Band Jazz music as you want with all the authenticity you could ever hope for! The 7pc horn section - 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, 3 sax - tenor sax, alto sax, bari sax - ensures that Big Band Sound.
Don't worry, if you are't goofy about big band music, with the addition of drums, 2 female vocalists, male lead vocalist/guitar/keyboard and bassist/guitarist, The Wavetones can play the latest hits or your favorite rock-n-roll.