D.N.A. Stage is a Multitasking indigenous organization working together to provide a strong positive perspective for the First Nation people and also to help build the cultural gap between native and non-native communities.
DNA provides opportunities, a wide variety of workshops, performances, videos, programs, projects, fresh new talent and mass media to promote native awareness worldwide.
What does D.N.A. Stage has to offer to the communities?
The goal of DNA is to provide an active forum with which provides the talents of First Nation people in a wide range of genres
Powwow song & dance demonstrations
Videography / Audio Recordings
First Nations Catering
Large variety of cultural workshops
Arts & crafts
Nimkii Osawamick is an Odawa artist from Wikwemikong, Unceed Reserve located in Manitoulin Island and represents the Wolf Clan. Nimkii has been dancing since he was 3yrs old. Active in powwow circles Nimkii is well known as a singer, hoop dancer and champion powwow dancer. He has travelled extensively across North America sharing his gift of singing and dancing with the peoples of Turtle Island. Nimkii is dedicated to the preservation and awareness of his peoples’ culture and history which is highlighted in his business DNA STAGE: Dedicated Native Awareness which helps bridge the cultural gap between First nations people and inhabitants. Nimkii’s goal is to empower the people through his style of song and dance.