Oyate Hotanin (Voice of the People) is working to lead a movement for the next 500 years that supports a new era of art, healing and change.
Oyate Hotanin exists to creatively channel the potential of conversation, stories, art and mobilizing to bring communities together to laugh, think, inspire healing and to address critical issues that spur social change.
We are artists, dealing with artistic means, to heal ourselves and simultaneously educate and inform others… responding to current and historic trauma. Our lens is the global impact of racism and genocide in our community.
We are working to host regular artistic events and imbed community conversations in these events to develop a movement in Indian country and beyond that supports a new era of art, healing and change.
Oyate Hotanin is based in Mni Sota Makoce, the original homeland of the Dakota people.
Latest News and Events
“Rep. Kunesh-Podein, herself of Standing Rock Sioux ancestry, was quoted by the Star Tribune as saying, “There are a number of elders and Dakota artists that would have liked to participate in the decision-making. We have a very active Dakota artist community.””Dakota Nation Feels “Invisible” in St. Paul Art Installation
August 18, 2020
Flower Power V – August 7, 2021
CD Release! Live at the Buffalo Show with Strong Buffalo and Friends AVAILABLE NOW!
Event: Forth annual Flower Power event at Indian Mounds Park on Aug 01, 2020.
Event: February 10, 2020 our first annual RedTalk Symposium at Metro State
New Report: Compass for Youth Justice and Wellness
Board of Directors
- Crystal Norcross, President
- Laura LaBlanc, Secretary
- Tim Blighton, Treasurer
- Long Vang
- Cindy Killion
- Strong Buffalo
- Dipankar Mukerjee
- Al Gross
- Mat Pendleton
- Nick Metcalf
Header photo: Flower Power 2018 — Learn more here!