Andulia Davis is a Native American tribal storyteller and a member of the Jicarilla Apache Nation in Dulce, NM. Storytelling is an important part of the Jicarilla traditions and is used to educate the younger generations about the history of the nation and how it came to be. Andulia’s father was a medicine man and her grandfather, Augustine Vigil, was one of five chiefs who went to Washington D.C. in the 1880’s to secure reservation lands for Jicarilla Apache Nation.
Charles Martinez is a true Pagosa Springs native. He has had a connection with Chimney Rock since youth, when he worked with Y.C.C. reconstructing ruins. Charles is a traditional flute maker and player. His spiritual melodies have a peaceful, healing effect. Charles has performed for Chimney Rock full moon programs since 1999. He hand carves all his flutes, using wood that is chosen specifically for each one. He also composes all of his own music.
Marlon Magdalena is a Native American artist, educator, and performer from the Pueblo of Jemez in New Mexico. He performs with Native American style flutes of his own making and some made by other makers. He is also the Instructional Coordinator at the Jemez Historic Site where he educates the public about his Jemez culture.
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