WELCOME TO INDIAN & COWBOY. WE ARE THE WORLD'S ONLY LISTENER SUPPORTED, INDIGENOUS PODCAST NETWORK. WE ARE FIRMLY ROOTED AT THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN DIGITAL MEDIA ART, PODCASTING AND INDIGENOUS STORYTELLING.
THESE ARE OUR STORIES.
LISTEN TO THE LATEST EPISODES OF OUR PODCASTS
In this episode, Eve Tuck interviews Kim Tallbear, a scholar who focuses on Indigeneity and technoscience as part of the Faculty of Native Studies at University of Alberta. Highlights in the discussion include ideas on kinship, the ways that race and blood have been constructed differently for Indigenous and Black peoples in settler nation-states, and Eve asking possibly the longest podcast interview question ever.
In this episode, the Season 5 finale of Red Man Laughing, Ryan asks the question, "Is reconciliation possible in Indigenous communities with the church present."
In Season 3 Episode 6 of otipêyimsiw-iskwêwak kihci-kîsikohk, Métis in Space, Molly, Chelsea, and special guest, Erica “onaskwaw-sâkitêyanîw” Violet Lee, review Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning, where "Set in 19th Century Canada, Brigette and her sister Ginger take refuge in a Traders' Fort which later becomes under siege by some savage werewolves."
The Dechinta Land & Medicine Stories podcast mini-series was recorded over a 3 day workshop period at Blatchford Lake in Chief Drygeese Territory at Dechinta Bush University in June 2015.
In this special episode of Ryan McMahon Gets Angry (in partnership with Red Man Laughing) we are treated to a rant by Ryan on his thoughts around reconciliation - what it is & what it isn't in his mind, what the pathway forward does/doesn't look like and who's on the hook for all the heavy lifting that will be required to move forward in Canada.
Sterlin sits down with poet Joy Harjo for an in-depth conversation about growing up in the Greaser neighborhoods of Tulsa, Oklahoma. They also talk about her career, addiction, and listening to your spirits. Dedicated to the memory of Lavina Bowers.
Broken Boxes Podcast is proud to present this episode as the seventh installation in a series of interviews featuring artists and their respondents from the socially engaged project #callresponse.
In this episode artist and curator Tania Willard speaks about her curatorial practice and breaks down the themes and materials she is focusing on in her current artistic work. She reflects on living and working on her Reserve and how she navigates being a mother and a practicing artist simultaneously. Tania also tells us about her involvement in #callresponse, providing insight into the body of work she is creating for the project and introduces us to the work and ideas of her respondent, Marcia Crosby.
THE WHO. WHAT. WHERE. WHEN. WHY. HOW.
Indian & Cowboy is an independent, listener supported, Indigenous podcast network that creates, produces & publishes Indigenous audio projects across multiple platforms on the internet & broadcast media.
We are rooted firmly at the intersection between digital media art, podcasting & Indigenous Storytelling.
We aim to disrupt, engage & empower.
We launched Indian & Cowboy on Oct. 6th, 2014.
Currently (May 2016), we're producing 5 podcast original series'. By the end of 2016 we hope to double this, and produce 10 original podcast series'.
2016 is all about development. We are focused on developing new shows, building audiences & looking for more opportunities in the digital media space for our content to land.
Our 18 month beta-period ended on April 6, 2016. We are now in Phase 2 of our development plan (more info soon).
We are now taking inventory of our successes & failures, will look at the data, crunch the numbers and we'll look to chart a path forward for Indian & Cowboy. We are building a sustainable and ethical podcast media network - we're closing in on many of our goals.
Through 2016, we will be creating, developing & producing a number of video/film projects for internet distribution AND we're exploring partnerships for traditional broadcasting mediums throughout the year.