Jessica Clark is a local Lumbee artist whose work focuses on Lumbee people and culture. Audiences will learn about this talented artist and the inspiration for the beautiful work she creates.
What better place to learn about Lumbee culture and history than the Native American Resource Center at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. The VotL crew spent time with Dr. Stan Knick (Curator) and Dr. Mary Ann Jacobs (Chair of American Indian Studies) to learn about important historic events that have shaped both the tribe and the region.
The Lumbee River Independent Film Festival is just around the corner! The premiere of Voices of the Lumbee will kick-off the event, followed by plenty of excellent films from filmmakers across the US. Best of all – it’s free! Pop in for a reel good time!
Dark Water Rising performs “Backbone” during a studio session for “Voices of the Lumbee.”