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2013 Events & Screenings Schedule

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NOW SHOWING in 2013:

8.18.13: Iowa City, Iowa  Landlocked Film Festival. Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 will screen at 1:00 pm on Sunday, August 18, 2013 at the Iowa City Public Library - Screening Room A. The filmmakers will introduce the film and do a post-screening Q & A. The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. Combined film running time is 110 minutes.

10.6.13: Jackson County, Iowa  Pioneer Days Celebration. Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 Details to be announced. The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. Combined film running time is 110 minutes.

11.10.13: Ottumwa, Iowa, Bridge View Center, 102 Church Street Lost Nation: The Ioway 3 screens at 2:00 pm on Sunday, November 10, 2013. Free to the public! Q & A with the filmmakers following. Sponsored by the Ottumwa Arts Council. The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. Running time is 56 minutes.

Events & Screenings Completed

7.21.13: DeWitt, Iowa, 712 6th Avenue Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 screens at 2:00 pm on Sunday, July 21, 2013. Tickets $5. Q & A with the filmmakers following. Sponsored by the Friends Love Films Independent Film Series.   The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. The combined running time is 110 minutes.

4.24.13: A Special Humanities Nebraska Presentation! Lincoln, Nebraska Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 screens at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at Nebraska Wesleyan University-Lincoln, Olin Auditiorium, Olin Science Building, 5000 St. Paul Avenue. Free to the public! Q & A with scholar Dr. Ron Naugle, and the filmmakers following. Sponsored by the Nebraska Wesleyan Forum Committee.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. The combined running time is 110 minutes.

4.21.13: A Special South Dakota Humanities Council Presentation! Sioux Falls, South Dakota Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 screens at 1:00 pm on Sunday, April 21, 2013 at Augustana College, Gilbert Science Center, Room 100, 2001 Summit. Free to the public! Q & A with  Ioway artist Reuben Ironhorse-Kent (Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska), archaeologist Dr. Adrien L. Adrien Hannus, and the filmmakers following. Sponsored by the Augustana Archaeology Department.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. The combined running time is 110 minutes.

4.20.13: Pipestone, Minnesota Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 screens at 2:00 pm on Saturday, April 20, 2013 at the Pipestone Center for the Performing Arts, 104 East Main Street. Free to the public! Q & A with Ioway artist Reuben Ironhorse-Kent (Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska) and historian Melinda Carriker (Living History Farms 1700 Ioway Farm curator), and the filmmakers following. Free to the public!  Sponsored by the Pipestone County Museum.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. The combined running time is 110 minutes.

4.3.13: A Special Wisconsin Humanities Council Presentation! Richland Center, Wisconsin Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 screens at 2:00 pm on Saturday, April 3, 2013 at the Richland City Center Auditorium, 182 North Central Avenue. Free to the public! Q & A with  archaeologist Dr. William Green from the Logan Museum at Beloit College, Mark Cupp, the president of Cultural Landscape Legacies, Inc. and the filmmakers following. Sponsored by the Richland County Performing Arts Center and the Richland County Historical Society.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. The combined running time is 110 minutes.

3.28.13: WQPT-PBS broadcasts Lost Nation: The Ioway 3 7:00 p.m.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. Running time is 56 minutes.

3.27.13: WQPT-PBS broadcasts Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 7:00 p.m.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. Running time is 56 minutes.

3.26.13: WQPT-PBS broadcasts Lost Nation: The Ioway 1 7:00 p.m.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. Running time is 56 minutes.

3.22.13: Ottumwa, Iowa, Bridge View Center, 102 Church Street Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 screens at 2:00 pm on Sunday, March 22, 2013. Free to the public! Q & A with the filmmakers following. Sponsored by the Ottumwa Arts Council.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. Running time is 56 minutes.

3.17.13: Davenport, Iowa, Putnam Museum, National Geographic Giant Screen, 1717 W. 12th. Lost Nation: The Ioway 2&3 screens at 6:30 pm on Sunday, March 17, 2013. Tickets are $7/pp. Q & A with the filmmakers following. The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. The combined running time is 110 minutes.

3.16.13: Rock Island, Illinois, Black Hawk State Historic Site, Watch Tower Lodge, 1510 46th Avenue. Lost Nation: The Ioway 2&3 screens at 6:30 pm on Saturday, March 16, 2013. Free to the public! Q & A with the filmmakers following. Sponsored by the Black Hawk State Historic Site.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. The combined running time is 110 minutes.

2.23.13: Iowa City, Iowa  Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 Premiere! 7:00 pm on Saturday, February 23, 2013 at the Museum of Natural History, University of Iowa, Macbride Hall. Pre-premiere reception begins at 5:30 p.m.  7:00 p.m. in the main auditorium, Iowa dignitaries will present gifts and introductions to the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska and the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma prior to the premiere. A panel discussion with Ioway tribal members, scholars and archaeologists will follow the films.  The films contain mature themes and historical images that may be disturbing to young children. Combined film running time is 110 minutes.

12.17.12: White Cloud, KS  A special Kansas Humanities Council Preview Screening of the new documentary films Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 will take place at the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska's Casino White Cloud, Bingo Hall, 777 Jackpot Drive, White Cloud, KS at 6pm.  A Q&A will follow with Emmy-nominated filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films and other film participants. This event is free to the public!   This is a preliminary version of the films and offers a unique sneak-peek at the sequels.

12.19.12: Miami, Oklahoma  A special Oklahoma Humanities Council Preview Screening of the new documentary films Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 will take place at the Miami Oklahoma Public Library, 200 Main Street, Miami, OK at 6:30pm.  A Q&A will follow with Emmy-nominated filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films and Tribal Elder Joyce BigSoldier-Miller of the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma. This event is free to the public!   This is a preliminary version of the films and offers a unique sneak-peek at the sequels.

2.2013: PREMIERE EVENT!  This special celebration and screening of the documentary sequels Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 will take place at the University of Iowa's Museum of Natural History in Iowa City, IA.   Check back for the confirmed date & details!

11.23.10: OET-PBS, Oklahoma Broadcast at 9pm.

11.18.10: KCPT-PBS, Kansas City, MO/KS Broadcast at 8pm.

11.18.10: Jefferson City, MO  A special presentation of Lost Nation: The Ioway will take place at the Missouri State Archives Theater at 7pm, 600 West Main Street.  A Q&A will follow with the Rundles and  Historian Greg Olson, Curator of Exhibits and Special Projects at the State Archives. The Programming Series at the Missouri State Archives is free of charge and open to the public. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

11.16.10: WQPT-PBS, Illinois Broadcast at 7pm.

11.4.10: NET-PBS, Nebraska Broadcast at 10pm.

11.1.10: IPTV-PBS, Iowa Broadcast at 9:30pm, following "We Shall Remain".

10.26.10: IPTV World, Iowa Broadcast at 8:00pm.

10.4.10: IPTV World, Iowa Broadcast at 8:00pm.

10.3.10: IPTV-PBS, Iowa Broadcast premiere 6:00pm!

Watch for announcements for broadcasts on KMOS-PBS in Missouri and KPTS-PBS in Kansas, as well as PBS stations in Minnesota and Wisconsin!

10.3.10:
Iowa City, IA
  The award-winning historical documentary Lost Nation: The Ioway will screen on Sunday, October 3, 2010 at 2:00 pm as part of the University of Iowa's Museum of Natural History's Movies@MNH film series.  Macbride Auditorium, The University of Iowa Museum of Natural History, 10 Macbride Hall. Free & open to the public.

5.22.10: Eugene, OR  The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival, Soreng Theater, Official Selection Lost Nation: The Ioway will screen at 11am.  The film was awarded "Honorable Mention" in the BEST FILM category.

2.25.10: Los Angeles, CA PREMIERE!  History will be made in downtown Los Angeles when "Lost Nation: The Ioway" makes its West Coast debut and brings together for the first time members of the Ioway Nations of the Midwest and the Los Angeles Gabrielino/Tongva Nation.  This special free event begins at 7 PM on Thursday, February 25, 2010 at the "Bringing the Circle Together" Native American Film Series located at the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy, 111 North Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

The special screening and ceremonial event will honor the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma, The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska, and the Gabrielino/Tongva Nation (the first inhabitants of the Los Angeles basin).  A Q&A discussion with the filmmakers and members of the Ioway Tribes will follow the film.

Organizers say this event has been much anticipated and that the theater will more than likely fill up.  Arrive by 6:30pm to get your seats!

2.20.10: Rock Island, Illinois; Special Centennial showing of "Lost Nation: The Ioway" at Black Hawk State Historic Site, 1510 46th Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois on Saturday, February 20 at 7:00 pm.  Following the showing a Q & A with the filmmakers and special guest Melinda Carriker of Living History Farms.  This event is free to the public!

5.12.09: Oskaloosa, Iowa; A special evening of events commemorating the 100th anniversary of Sherry Edmundson Fry's sculpture of Ioway Chief Mahaska (White Cloud) which stands in Oskaloosa, Iowa's city square.

5:15pm Special address by Mayor David Dixon, local historian Chuck Russell and film producers Kelly and Tammy Rundle at the Mahaska monument site in Oskaloosa's city square.

5:30pm-6:30pm Reception and "Lost Nation: The Ioway" DVD signing at the Book Vault (directly across the street from the Mahaska statue), 105 South Market St, Oskaloosa, IA 52577, (641) 676-1777.


7:30pm-9:00pm Special free screening of the award-winning documentary film "Lost Nation: The Ioway" at William Penn University, The Chief Mahaska Assembly Room, 201 Trueblood Avenue, Oskaloosa, IA. Following the film, producers Kelly and Tammy Rundle, and several film participants will participate in Q&A.

This special free event commemorates the 100th anniversary of Sherry Edmundson Fry's sculpture of Ioway Chief Mahaska (White Cloud). The stylized life-size cast bronze sculpture depicts Mahaska of the Ioway tribe standing on an eight-foot gray granite pedestal. Fry created the sculpture in 1908 while in Paris, France where it was awarded the 'Prix de Rome'. The Mahaska statue was unveiled and dedicated on May 12, 1909 in the Oskaloosa City Square Park. Ioway Chief Mahaska became a symbol of the virtues of his native life and of the possibility of peace between Native Americans and settlers. Later generations saw him as a nostalgic symbol of the vanishing frontier.

4.9.09: Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Lost Nation: The Ioway" --documentary film showing with filmmaker Q & A and special appearance by Ioway Tribal Member Rebecca Liberty; 7:00 pm, Thursday, April 9, 2009, Kirkwood Community College, 6301 Kirkwood Blvd. SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404, Iowa Hall, 2nd Floor, West Diningroom

4.5.09: Ottumwa, Iowa; The Ottumwa Area Arts Council will host the award-winning film “Lost Nation: The Ioway” at 2 p.m. April 5 at Bridge View Center in Ottumwa. A guest lecture will follow featuring the film’s producers, Kelly and Tammy Rundle from Moline, IL.  This event is free to the public. This is the last event in the seven-month film and lecture series sponsored by the arts council with support from Humanities Iowa.

3.19.09: Mt. Pleasant, Iowai; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" featured at Oakland Mills Nature Center! 7pm program includes the award-winning film, Q&A with the filmmakers and exhibit.  Admission: FREE.

3.18.09: Toddville, Iowa; Lost Nation: The Ioway will screen for the Iowa Association of Naturalists at the Wickiup Hill Outdoor Learning Center in Toddville (near Cedar Rapids) on Wednesday, March 18, 2009. This is a private showing.

3.17.09: Marathon, Iowa; Historian Greg Olson will make a special appearance and sign his new book "The Ioway in Missouri" at the Marathon Community Center at 7pm, followed by a screening of Lost Nation: The Ioway.  Greg Olson of Columbia, Missouri was a key interview and historical consultant for the film. The event is sponsored by the Marathon Public Library.

2.6.09: Fairfield, Iowa; Lost Nation: The Ioway will be featured at the Fairfield Film Expo three times: February 6, 2009, Friday, 9:00-10:00pm ($5.00*); February 7, 2009, Saturday, 3:30-4:30 pm ($5.00*); February 7, 2009, Saturday, 9:00-10:00 pm ($5.00*)

*All proceeds are retained by the organizers of the Film Expo. "Ioway" and other filmmakers do not receive a fee for the use of their films at this event.

10.21.08:
Kansas City, Missouri;
"Lost Nation: The Ioway" featured at Park University! Program includes the award-winning film, Q&A with the filmmakers and other film participants.  The film will screen in the David and Barbara Jenkins Theater, Park University, 8700 NW River Park Drive, Parkville, Missouri on Tuesday, October 21.  The program begins at 7pm.  Admission: FREE.

9.19-21.08: White Cloud, Kansas; Fall Encampment & Powwow - Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska.  The film will NOT be shown at the Powwow, but we wanted to post the date here for this wonderful event. The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska welcomes the public to their annual Fall Powwow.  Mark your calendars and come enjoy the beautiful songs, dances, regalia, art, food and the people that join together to celebrate Native American culture.  3345 B Thrasher Road, White Cloud, Kansas 66094. Call 785-595-3258 for more information.

8.21-24.08: Iowa City, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" is an Official Selection in the Documentary category at the Landlocked Film Festival.  Dates/Times/Venue TBA.  Visit www.LandlockedFilmFestival.org for more information.

7.24.08: North Liberty, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" featured as part of Ragbrai!  This special RAGBRAI screening event features the award-winning film, Q&A with the filmmakers, followed by a tour of the Woodpecker Cave site led by Lynn Alex from the Office of the State Archaeologist.  The film will screen at North Liberty Community Center, the Gerdin Conference Room, 530 W. Cherry Street, North Liberty, Iowa on Thursday, July 24th.  The program begins at 4pm.  Admission: FREE!

7.5.08: Villisca, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" for Villisca's Sesquicentennial Celebration!  This special Villisca Historical Society event features the award-winning film, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers, and Iowa Certified Amateur Archaeologist John Palmquist of Stanton, IowaThe film will screen at The Rialto Thater in Villisca, Saturday, July 5th.  Programs begin at 2pm.  Admission: $5/pp (Benefits the Villisca Historical Society, Inc.)

6.2009: Perkins, Oklahoma; Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Powwow.  The film will NOT be shown at the Powwow, but we wanted to make everyone aware of this wonderful event. The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma's annual Powwow is open to the public.  We will post the dates as soon as they become available.  Plan ahead to attend this special weekend of celebrating Native American singing, dancing and culture.  501 E. Highway 33, Perkins, Oklahoma.  Call 405-547-2473 for more information.

6.03.08: Lincoln, Nebraska; A special Nebraska screening event featuring "Lost Nation: The Ioway", Tuesday, June 3, 2008 at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 313 N. 13th Street, Lincoln, NE.  The program begins at 7:00pm and includes the film presentation, and Q&A with filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle, and State Certified Amateur Archaeologist John Palmqust.  This special event is sponsored by the Nebraska Humanities Council, and is hosted by the Mary Riepma Ross Media Center.  Admission is FREE.

6.01.08: Topeka, Kansas; A special Kansas screening event featuring "Lost Nation: The Ioway", Sunday, June 1, 2008 at the Kansas State Historical Society, 6425 SW 6th Avenue, Topeka, KS.  The program begins at 3:00pm and includes the film presentation, and Q&A with filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle, Ioway Tribal Member/Artist Reuben IronHorse-Kent, and Ioway Linguist Jimm Goodtracks.  This special event is sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council, and is hosted by the Kansas State Historical Society.  Admission is FREE.

4.25-26.08: Mason City, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" is an Official Selection in the Documentary Feature category at the Iowa Independent Film Festival.  The film will screen at Music Man Square, 308 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, Mason City, IA 50401. Dates/Times TBA.  Visit www.IowaIndie.org for more information.

4.12.08: Lost Nation, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" in Lost Nation, Iowa!  This special event features an archaeological and film exhibit, a presentation by archaeologist Mark Anderson of the Office of the State Archaeologist, a tipi display, the critically-acclaimed film "Lost Nation: The Ioway", followed by Q&A with the filmmakers, Ioway Tribal Member Pete Fee, and other film participantsThe film will screen at Midland Lost Nation Center, 100 Winter Street, Lost Nation, IA, Saturday, April 12th.  Programs begin at 1pm and end at 4pm. 

4.4-5.08: Cedar Rapids, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" is an Official Selection in the Documentary Feature (Professional) category at the Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival.  The film will screen at the Collins Road Theaters, 1462 Twixt Town Road, Marion, IA 52302, Friday, April 4th at 8:36pm in Theater C, and Saturday, April 5th at 4:04pm in Theater B.  Advanced tickets: $8/per session; $25/full pass (includes award ceremony Saturday evening); Tickets purchased on day of show: $10/per session; $35/full pass (includes award ceremony Saturday evening). Call 319-377-4555 to order tickets in Advance.  Visit www.CRIFM.org for more information.

3.29.08: Perkins, Oklahoma; A special Oklahoma screening event featuring "Lost Nation: The Ioway", Saturday, March 29, 2008 at the Perkins-Tryon High School Gymnasium, 1003 E. Highway 33, Perkins, OK 74059.  The program begins at 6:00pm and includes, refreshments, the film presentation, and Q&A with filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle, and other film participants.  This special event is sponsored by the Oklahoma Humanities Council, and is hosted by the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma.  Admission is FREE.

3.10.08: White Cloud, Kansas; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" will be featured at the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska Reservation, Casino White Cloud Bingo Hall, 777 Jackpot Road, White Cloud, Kansas on Monday, March 10 at 6:30pm (promtly).  Admission: FREE to the public.   Q&A with filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle, historian Greg Olson, Ioway artist and tribal member Reuben Ironhorse-Kent, follows film.  This special event is sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council, and hosted by the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska.   Reservations recommended.  Call 785-595-3258 by March 5.

3.3.08: Ames, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" will be featured at   Iowa State University, Great Hall, Memorial Union, 2229 Lincoln Way, Ames, Iowa 50011 on Monday, March 3 at 7pm. Admission: FREE to the public.   Panel discussion with filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle, Ioway scholar and tribal member Lance Foster, and professor emeritus of anthropology David Gradwohl.   3.4.08: "Emerging from Obscurity: The Ioway Nation in the New Millennium" by Ioway tribal member and scholar, Lance Foster.  Lance is a traditional storyteller, artist, and involved in the preservation of the Ioway language.  Iowa State University, Sun Room, Memorial Union, 2229 Lincoln Way, Ames, Iowa 50011 on Tuesday, March 4 at 8pm. Admission: FREE to the public.

2.16.08: Waterloo, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" will be featured at the Grout Museum of History and Science, 503 South Street, Waterloo, Iowa on Saturday, February 16 at 1pm and 3pm.  Admission: $10/pp (non-members), $8/pp (members).   Q&A with filmmakers follows film.

2.11-14.08: Newton, Boone, Carroll, Ankeny, Des Moines, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" showings and discussions at Des Moines Area Community College Campuses: Boone, Carroll, Des Moines, Ankeny, Newton, West Des Moines; Times: TBA.  Call 515-964-6568 or email llossian@dmacc.edu for information.

1.20.08: Chicago, Illinois; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" shows at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, 3001 Central Street, Evanston, IL, Sunday, Jan. 20 at 1:00pm. Q&A with filmmakers follows film.  $5/donation to Museum recommended.  Call 847-475-1030 for more information.

1.17.08 & 1.20.08: Beloit, Wisconsin; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" is an "Official Selection" in the Documentary Category at the Beloit International Film Festival.  Hailed by the New York Times as one of four festivals in the country as an alternative to Sundance.  "Lost Nation: The Ioway" shows Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7:30pm at Dominicos, 547 E. Grand Avenue, Beloit, WI, with appearance and introduction by the filmmakers; or, Sunday, Jan. 20 at 4:30pm at the Rotary River Center, 1220 Riverside Drive, Beloit, WI, with introduction by Dr. Bill Green, film consultant. Order tickets by CLICKING HERE.

1.15.08: Ankeny, Iowa; "Lost Nation: The Ioway" showing and discussion at Des Moines Area Community College-Ankeny Campus, 2006 S. Ankeny Blvd., Conference Center, Building 7, Ankeny, Iowa.  2:30p-4:30pm


  


2007 Events & Screenings Completed

The World Premiere of

was held

Thursday, October 11, 2007

In the Atrium at
The State Historical Building
600 E. Locust Street, Des Moines, Iowa

Hosted by The State Historical Society of Iowa

  

From 6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. a searchlight will direct
premiere guests to the State Historical Building.


PROGRAM ONE 6:00PM~8:30PM

FREE seating for Ioway Tribal Members & Film Participants is

FULL for this program.

General Public VIP Tickets are still available. To purchase tickets, see below.

6:00 P.M.-6:30 P.M.  Guest Registration*
Refreshments; Exploration of museum exhibits

6:10 P.M.  Ioway songs & drum - Mike Kihega Singers

6:40 P.M.  Audience seated in the Iowa Public Theater
Native American Flute ~ Reuben Kent, Ioway, Buffalo Clan

6:55 P.M.  Welcome by Cyndi Pederson, State Historical Society of Iowa;
Welcome to Ioway Tribes by Brian Jennings,
Representative of Iowa Governor Chet Culver's Office

Acknowledgments & Introduction by Kelly & Tammy Rundle,
Fourth Wall Films

Premiere screening of  LOST NATION: THE IOWAY

8:10 P.M.  Film Panel Discussion & Q&A.
Panel Discussion Moderator:  Katherine Perkins,
WOI, National Public Radio-Iowa

8:30 P.M.  Departure

  


PROGRAM TWO 8:00PM~10:30PM

FREE seating for Ioway Tribal Members & Film Participants is

FULL for this program.

General Public VIP Tickets are still available. To purchase tickets, see below.

8:00 P.M.-8:30 P.M.  Guest Registration*
Refreshments; Exploration of museum exhibits

8:25 P.M.  Ioway songs & drum - Mike Kihega Singers

8:45 P.M.  Audience seated in the Iowa Public Theater
Native American Flute ~ Reuben Kent

8:55 P.M.  Welcome by Cyndi Pederson,
State Historical Society of Iowa;

Welcome to Ioway Tribes by Brian Jennings,
Representative of Iowa Governor Chet Culver's Office

Acknowledgments & Introduction by Kelly & Tammy Rundle,
Fourth Wall Films

Premiere screening of  LOST NATION: THE IOWAY

10:10 P.M.  Film Panel Discussion & Q&A.
Panel Discussion Moderator:  Katherine Perkins,
WOI, National Public Radio-Iowa

10:30 P.M.  Departure

  

PREMIERE TICKETS

General Public VIP Tickets $14/pp. Order tickets online at www.Iowatix.com (Click on "State Historical Building"); or, in person at the Historical Building Museum Store; or by calling 515-277-3727.

COMPLIMENTARY SEATING INFO

FREE RESERVED SEATING for Ioway Tribal Elders and Ioway Tribal Members & LOST NATION: THE IOWAY Film Participants is now FULL for both programs. 

Reservations are required, and your name must be on the reservation list to be admitted to the Premiere event FREE.  

UPON ARRIVAL FOR THE PREMIERE

Please check-in/register at the Admission Table in the Atrium of the State Historical Building.  You will receive your color-coded ticket(s) at that time.  Program #1 reservations must register by 6:30pm, or your seats will be released to the public.  Program #2 reservations must register by 8:30pm or your seats will be released to the public.

PARKING
Free parking is available in the parking ramp structure located across the street from the Historical Building at the intersection of E. Grand Avenue and Penn Avenue.

This program is supported by Humanities Iowa and the National Endowment for the Humanities.  The views and opinions expressed by this program do not necessarily reflect those of Humanities Iowa or the National Endowment for the Humanities.  "Lost Nation: The Ioway" was funded in part by Humanities Iowa and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

OTHER IOWAY EVENTS:  See NATIVE IOWAY HISTORY WEEK Schedule below, and make a long weekend of it!


Showings of



Continue at the State Historical Society Building

October 12-14, 2007 (Friday-Sunday)

October 12, Fri. 7:00pm & 9:00pm, State Historical Building, 600 E. Locust, Des Moines, IA:  OPENING NIGHT TO THE PUBLIC: Screenings of LOST NATION: THE IOWAY, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.   (Ioway Tribal Elders and Ioway Tribal Members FREE (show Iowa Tribal Member card); General Admission: $8/pp. www.Iowatix.com.

October 13, Sat., 2:00pm & 7:00pm, State Historical Building, 600 E. Locust, Des Moines, IA:  Public screenings of LOST NATION: THE IOWAY, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.  (Ioway Tribal Elders and Ioway Tribal Members FREE (show Iowa Tribal Member card); General Admission: $8/pp. www.Iowatix.com

October 14, Sun., 1:00pm, State Historical Building, 600 E. Locust, Des Moines, IA: Public screenings of LOST NATION: THE IOWAY, followed by Q&A with the Melinda Carriker, film participant and Supervisor of the 1700 Ioway Indian Farm at Living History Farms..  (Ioway Tribal Elders and Ioway Tribal Members FREE (show Iowa Tribal Member card); General Admission: $8/pp. www.Iowatix.com.


Complete Event Schedule for

IOWAY ARCHAEOLOGY MONTH
&
NATIVE IOWAY HISTORY WEEK ~ October 11-15, 2007


The following events are scheduled throughout the state of Iowa
during the months of September and October 2007.

Events include:
the World Premiere of the documentary film Lost Nation: The Ioway

Please join us in celebrating Ioway culture and history!

Events are FREE unless otherwise noted.

SEPTEMBER 2007

IOWAY ARCHAEOLOGY MONTH  

September 22, Sat., 10am-10:30pm, ARCHAEOLOGY DAY at Effigy Mounds National Monument.  Hikes, ancient technology demonstrations, Native American dance and music featuring Pete Fee, Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska, and family.

September 29-30, Sat.-Sun., 8am-4pm.   IOWAY HERITAGE WEEKEND, Living History Farms, Urbandale, IA.  Featuring traditional Ioway language, music, and art by the Iowa Nation of Oklahoma and Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska.  Featuring the White Cloud Singers of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska.

OCTOBER 2007

NATIVE IOWAY HISTORY WEEK Events
~ October 11-15, 2007~

(All events FREE to Ioway Tribal Elders and Ioway Tribal Members with Tribal I.D. Card.)

DES MOINES, IOWA


October 11, Thurs., 6pm-8:30pm & 8pm-10:30pm, State Historical Building, 600 E. Locust, Des Moines, IA: The World Premiere of LOST NATION: THE IOWAY. Film, panel discussion with filmmakers and others, cultural Ioway performances, private exhibit, reception.   Ioway Tribal Elders & Ioway Tribal Members admitted FREE (with reservation).  General Public VIP Tickets: $14/pp through www.Iowatix.com.

October 12, Fri. 9am, State Capitol, 1007 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA.  A special tour of the State Capitol for Ioway Tribal Members and their guests.   Greeting to the Ioway Tribal leaders and Elders by Representative of the Governor's Office.  Tour begins promptly at 9am.  Call 309-797-0544 for instructions and information.

October 12, Fri. morning, Living History Farms, 2600 111th Street, Urbandale, IA.  Tour of 1700 Ioway Indian Farm (Ioway Tribal Members Free).

October 12, Fri. 7:00pm & 9:00pm, State Historical Building, 600 E. Locust, Des Moines, IA:  OPENING NIGHT TO THE PUBLIC: Screenings of LOST NATION: THE IOWAY, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.   (Ioway Tribal Elders and Ioway Tribal Members FREE (show Iowa Tribal Member card); General Admission: $8/pp. www.Iowatix.com.

October 13, Sat., 2:00pm & 7:00pm, State Historical Building, 600 E. Locust, Des Moines, IA:  Public screenings of LOST NATION: THE IOWAY, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.  (Ioway Tribal Elders and Ioway Tribal Members FREE (show Iowa Tribal Member card); General Admission: $8/pp. www.Iowatix.com

October 14, Sun., 1:00pm, State Historical Building, 600 E. Locust, Des Moines, IA: Public screenings of LOST NATION: THE IOWAY, followed by Q&A with the Melinda Carriker, film participant and Supervisor of the 1700 Ioway Indian Farm at Living History Farms..  (Ioway Tribal Elders and Ioway Tribal Members FREE (show Iowa Tribal Member card); General Admission: $8/pp. www.Iowatix.com.

October 15, Mon., morning, Living History Farms, 2600 111th Street, Urbandale, IA: SPECIAL PRIVATE TOUR of 1700 Ioway Indian Farm (Iowa Tribal Elders/Members ONLY).

IOWA CITY, IOWA

October 12, Fri., Museum of Natural History, University of Iowa, 10 Macbride Hall, Iowa City: 1837 Ioway Map Display (on loan from the National Archives, Smithsonian).  Artifacts from early Ioway sites; bios and accomplishments of contemporary Ioway descendants.

October 12, Fri. 7:00pm, Museum of Natural History, University of Iowa, 10 Macbride Hall, Iowa City: MAPPING IOWAY HISTORY.  Presentation on the 1837 Ioway Map by William Green, Director of the Logan Museum of Anthropology, Beloit College, Beloit, WI.

October 13, Sat., 1pm-3pm, Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, 700 Clinton Street Building, Iowa City: OPEN HOUSE and DISPLAY of artifacts related to early Ioway sites; lab tour.

October 14, Sun., 9am, Depart as a carpool from Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, 700 Clinton Street Building, Iowa City:  TRIP TO IOWAVILLE SITE.  The site is south and west of Iowa City in Van Buren County.  Both Northern and Southern Ioway tribal members could take the site tour as they return home on Sunday.  Please bring a sack lunch if possible.

OSKALOOSA, IOWA

October 14, Sun., 1pm, Oskaloosa, Iowa, City Square. Mayor Dixon of Oskaloosa welcomes Ioway Tribal Leaders, Tribal Elders and Tribal Members to Oskaloosa, and to see the Mahaska statue.  The statue was created in Paris in 1909 by artist Sherry E. Fry.   Tour sponsored by The Oskaloosa Chamber of Commerce.

Visit the Office of the State Archaeologist website: www.uiowa.edu for updates to events, to search the Calendar of Events for Iowa Archaeology Month, 2007, and to request a copy of this year's poster.


More Opportunities to see:

 
October 16, Tues., 6:30pm, Wickiup Hill, 10260 Morris Hills Road, Toddville, IA. Q&A with filmmakers and Pete Fee following film. Eastern Iowa film premiere ($5/pp. or $10/family).
 
October 20, Sun., 7pm-9pm, Museum of Natural History, Macbride Auditorium, University of Iowa, 10 Macbride Hall, Iowa City, followed by Q&A session with the filmmakers (free)
 
October 21, Sun., 2pm-5:30pm, Putnam Museum/IMAX Theater, 1717 W. 12th Street, Davenport, IA.  2pm-3pm MAPPING IOWAY HISTORY. Presentation on the 1837 Ioway Map by Dr. William Green, Director of the Logan Museum of Anthropology. 4-5:30pm LOST NATION: THE IOWAY, followed by Q/A session with the filmmakers. ($9/museum members or $10/nonmembers includes film, lecture, all museum exhibits)
 
October 27, Sat., 1-5:00 pm, Luther College, 700 College Dr., Decorah, IA.  Open house at the archaeology lab, artifact displays, film and Q&A (free).

November 18, Sun., 2pm-4:30pm, Western Historic Trails Center, 3434 Downing Avenue, Council Bluffs, IA.   Screening of LOST NATION: THE IOWAY, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers. General Admission: $8/pp.


More to come!


Special Acknowledgment & Gratitude to:

The Iowa Tribe of Kansas & Nebraska ~ The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma
Humanities Iowa
The Nebraska Humanities Council
The Oklahoma Humanities Council
The Kansas Humanities Council
Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area
The Iowa Archaeological Society

Iowa Governor Chet Culver
The State Historical Society of Iowa
Katherine Perkins, WOI, National Public Radio-Iowa
The Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa
Living History Farms
The Natural History Museum, University of Iowa
The Oskaloosa Chamber of Commerce
Native Languages of the Americas
Kansas Public Telecommunications Services
Iowa Public Televison

John & Charlotte Palmquist
Lynn Alex
Richard Dressler

Jeff Morgan
Sarah Oltrogge
Mary Jane Olney
Cyndi Pederson

Brian Jennings
Melinda Carriker
Sarah Horgen
Our Panelists (You know who you are)
Mike Kihega Singers
Reuben IronHorse-Kent


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