1700 Park Street North, St. Petersburg, FL
Workshop begins at 2PM and ends with a pot luck dinner where we will enjoy some of the delicious foods eaten by the Tocobaga and made during the workshop.
Facilitated by artists Hermann Trappman and Elizabeth Neily
Sponsored by First Florida Frontiers, in partnership
with Sacred Lands Preservation and Education.
The Tocobaga were the American Indians living along Florida’s Central Gulf Coast when the first Europeans arrived after 1492. At the time of discovery, they had lived for thousands of years on one of the most productive estuaries on Earth. Today their culture is extinct. However, evidence seems to indicated, they had developed a sustainable economy within this environment. Can we do it again?
Help us celebrate their lives. Help us search for their insights.
Second in a Series of Conversations
at an Ancient Indian Mound!
(this is a workshop, not a festival)
• Creative Arts • Crafts • Storytelling • Music • Dance
• Foods • Clothing • Architecture
• Economy • Philosophy, Ritual and Ceremony
and so much more!
Creative Arts With Primitive Technologist: Bill Hicks
Resourceful Thinking with Musician: Abasi Ote
Ritual and Ceremony with Artist: Hermann Trappman
Native Foods Cooking with Artist: Elizabeth Neily
Explore Your Ideas and Skills
Learn more about
Florida’s ancient Cultures