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STILL HERE: Women of the Ramapough Lenape Nation

STILL HERE:
A Site-Specific Art Installation at Riverhook Preserve
by Lisa Levart

Every woman shown in this installation has heard directly a call to honor our Ancestral Matriarchs. 

 

A’ho. Kiiloona Lunaapeewak  -  We are all one People

 

Grandmother Clara Soaring Hawk

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 Documentary FIlm 

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 Film Trailer 

A poetic and insightful documentary by filmmaker Myles Aronowitz, that follows women from the Ramapough Lenape Nation - descendants of the original people of New York metropolitan area - participating in a portrait series with award winning photographer Lisa Levart.

 Film Synopsis 

Witness women and young girls reclaiming long forgotten ancestral stories, revealing personal connections to these narratives and in the process, raising awareness to a community whose tribal land is 20 miles outside of Manhattan.  Together, Levart and the women, embark on an intimate creative process that transports viewers into an indigenous, nature-loving world; ancient, contemporary, personal, and unabashedly - matriarchal. 

Running length-22 minutes
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Past Exhibitions, Film Screenings
and Speaking Engagements


River Hook Preserve, Upper Nyack, NY
Bergen Gallery at Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ
Parliament of World Religions, Toronto, Canada
ASWM Conference (Association for the Study of Women & Mythology) Syracuse, NY
The Historical Society of Rockland County, New City, NY
Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ
  Bartow Pell Museum, Bronx, NY
American Indian Community House, NYC
Governor's Island, NYC
New York Society of Ethical Culture, NYC
Nyack Library, Nyack, NY
Warwick Library, Warwick, NY
NYU Kimmel Windows, NYC
La Mama Galleria, NYC
Tappan Library, Tappan, NY
Ringwood Library, Ringwood, NJ
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