1. Preview of a Special Performance by Kevin Locke

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    Here's a short preview of a special performance by Kevin Locke with Flute, Storytelling and Hoop Dancing at North Dakota's 125th Anniversary Celebration, coinciding with the grand opening of the new North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum. November 2, 2014.

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    • The First to Arise

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      2013 Member and Donor Appreciation Performance and Reception Kevin Locke December 7, 2:30pm and 5pm Kevin Locke (Lakota name Tokaheya Inajin, meaning "The First to Arise") is a visionary Hoop Dancer, preeminent player of the indigenous Northern Plains flute, a traditional storyteller, and educator. Kevin Locke is acknowledged to be the pivotal force in the revival of the indigenous flute tradition, which teetered on the brink of extinction and was awarded a National Heritage Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Locke shares his gifts with Rothko Chapel members at two performances in the Chapel, with a special reception on the plaza in between.

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      • Moments From (2010-2011-2012) International Storytelling Conferences

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        Uluslararası Storytelling (Hikaye Anlatımı) Konferansı, dünyaca ünlü hikaye anlatıcılarının katılımıyla İhlas Koleji Bahçelievler Kampüsü Konferans Salonu'nda yapıldı.

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        • Arts Fest 2011: Performers: Kevin Locke

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          Lakota Native, Kevin Locke is known through out the world as a Visionary Hoop Dancer, he is an important player of the indigenous Northern Plains Flute, a traditional storyteller, cultural ambassador, recording artist and educator. 213-2 For more info: MiccosukeeMagazine.tv

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          • 2010 Miccosukee's Annual Arts & Crafts Festival, pt. 1

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            All Indians are not the same, and it's good to remember that, but we all have gifts to share to help one another advance on our journey up the mountain together. What's your gift? Interviews with: Patrick Redbird, Jhane Myers Noise Cat, J.R. Lonelodge, Osceola Redshirt, James Red Eagle, Kevin Locke For more info: www.MiccosukeeMagazine.tv

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            • Native American Flute

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              From April 8, 2011 performance at BCPA. He plays here a more traditional NAF song, followed by singing. This song is a good example of the discordant quality of the flute in traditional playing. He explained before he played that the writer of the traditional native song often gets his melodies from the sounds of nature. In this case, he reasons, it might have been the yips and howls of coyotes that suggested the tune.

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              • 2009 Bush Foundation - Enduring Vision Awards

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                This piece is with three artists from the Dakotas and Minnesota, one from each state, in the genres of performance, traditional and ethnic performing arts, music composition, literary arts, and script works. The challenge was using a visual medium for at least one person that is a story teller - an audio dominant artform.

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                • HURON, OH – Art & Culture | Native American Dance

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                  This past Wednesday, the Cedar Point Center on the BGSU Firelands campus was the site of a cultural awareness presentation featuring internationally renowned performer Kevin Locke. "Kevin is known throughout the world as a visionary Hoop Dancer, a traditional storyteller, the preeminent player of the indigenous Northern Plains flute, cultural ambassador, recording artist, and educator. Kevin is Lakota and Anishinabe. His Lakota name, Tokeya Inajin, means “The First to Arise.” While his early instructions were received from his immediate family and community, Kevin has learned from his extended family in every part of the world many lessons in global citizenship. His programs feature historic, authentic dance and music from the artists’ traditions: Lakota, Comanche, Choctaw, Oneida, Ojibwe and Cree. "Engaging the all-ages audience to dance with him, his presentation focused on how we each can draw from our individual heritages to create a vibrant, evolving civilization that embraces and celebrates our collective heritage. The hoops he uses represent the circle of life and the notion that life cycles on earth are entirely interdependent on shared vitality." Visit his website http://www.myspace.com/lakotahoopdancer GH1 - CC3way - Rode - Onboard mic - TPS - Minolta MD's

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                  • Kevin Locke

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                    A segment about Lakota hoop dancer Kevin Locke's 2008 performance at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Kevin Locke's presentation uses Native American arts and culture to present the oneness of humanity and the inherent nobility of the human spirit. Produced in 2008 for the Baha'i International Radio & Television Service.

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                    • Kevin Locke - hoop dance video slide show

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                      Kevin Locke - hoop dance video slide show

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