Earth Woman Stories

Teaching Artist: Dianne Moran

Join Living History presenter Dianne Moran as she leads your students back to a time when hundreds of Native Americans lived as one with nature. In the Residency, students will learn the importance of tribal storytelling, the lessons they taught and dress in Native American dress while showing the class the cultural items within the bags they carry. In the Workshop or Performance, Dianne will arrive in full deer hide dress ready to share a Native American story and dress a boy and a girl as Plains Indians who show the cultural items within their bags.

Audience: Grades K-12
Format: Performance or Workshop
Teaching Artist/Partner: Dianne Moran

Request Info / Book Program

* These fields are required.

More Programs


Storyteller and naturalist Kim Madden will introduce stories about our friends, the TREES. Students will discover the many facets of these living members of our world – and our own backwards. They will listen, participate, imagine, and predict, as Ms. Kim weaves...

A Feelin’ Called the Blues

Join Charlie on the steel and acoustic guitars and Sandy on his harmonica as they trace the history of one of America’s oldest and most original art forms — the blues. From its roots in slavery to the present day, students learn how the blues shaped much of today’s...