2023 Indigenous Gulf Stream

The Indigenous Gulf Stream is a biennial 24-hour live stream which celebrates a realistic representation on and by contemporary Indigenous communities in the Gulf South through interviews, photography and media art. 

The stream starts at midnight and will stream for 24 hours Friday, Nov 10. 

We encourage you to consider tuning in some time to listen to the voices and stories. We really encourage you to do something you truly enjoy while listening - that could be making art, going for a walk, having a party, or hanging around your home.


The stream is free to watch and streamed online. 


The stream starts out with a few openers, then we hop into Marie Crouch's VHS collection. Late night we tuck in to some deep french cuts from of Bruce Duthu's newly digitized oral history collection from the Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Lafayette. Around 7 there will be a reveille, then Tammy Greer's Library of Congress community collection will take us through the work day and commute. We start the block of artist commissions from 6-7, and wind the evening down with Bvlbancha Collective herbalism shorts. We have a few late night archive french tracks to soften the night before we roll credits round midnight.

Support the Stream 

Every $400 donated to our non-profit fiscal sponsor creates an artist commission for the 2025 stream