Roger Cultee “Finalist” in the 2017 New Mexico Music Awards in the Rock CD / Native categories


Roger Cultee

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Wow ! I’m so EXCITED to be listed as one of the “Finalist” in the 2017 New Mexico Music Awards in the Rock CD & Native categories

Congratulations to all of our finalists. The awards will be presented at the 30th Annual New Mexico Music Awards banquet and show at Sandia Resort & Casino on Sunday, May 21st, 2017. Ticket go on sale April 8th, 2017.

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Roger Cultee
Rez Boogie
Roger Cultee, Logan Nix
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Buffalohair: Award Winning Laureate Wang Ping Graces Literary World of Trinidad Colorado / part 2

Award Winning Laureate Wang Ping Graces Literary World of Trinidad Colorado


Wang Ping at TAAC Gallery

‘International Flare’ best describes the activities at the Gallery Main/Trinidad Area Arts Counsel. Along with a budding art community, the literary scene within this historic community has grown exponentially and nothing could emphasis this more than a visit by the ever popular award winning laureate Wang Ping.


Through the concerted efforts of the literary community and the Trinidad State Junior College, most notably, educator John Casuqarelli Wang Ping chose to grace this community with both a book signing of her epic piece ‘Ten Thousand Waves’ and do some readings from her book. On a side bar, her masterpiece earned acclaim as a feature film of historic significance in addressing the atrocious treatment of Chinese immigrants in the land of freedom, milk and honey, (USA).


Wang Ping

Open, warm and vivacious yet accented with subtle Asian mystery and timeless allure, that is ‘The Wang Ping Experience’. Whisked away to a place far removed from time and space, sometimes with joy and sometimes with poignancy and pain. In a culinary sense Wang Ping titillates and deliciates the literary palate of all who are graced with the sound of this enchantress’ voice. Mesmerizing would be an understatement and thought provoking would only skim the surface…


Was the audience whisked to a place of joy or dark forebode in a repartee of stark reality? Well, I was pretty frigging happy since Wang Ping was on the other side of my camera lens and I was in Downtown Trinidad Colorado. No rush hour traffic on the Hollywood Freeway for me eh. It was a two day adventure with a world class poet and humanitarian, Wang Ping. With the splendor of the majestic Rocky Mountains as her backdrop it does not get any better than that.

If you are aware of Wang Ping you are also aware she is never idle and everything has purpose and direction. In coming to Trinidad she also made the community aware of her on going *’Kinship of Rivers’ project uniting communities in kinship and harmony along the Mississippi & Yangtze Rivers. From what I observed it’s an extension of an olive branch in uniting people, not governments or politics. Just unity among the children of planet earth

Within this Kinship of Rivers project are these colorful flags molded after Tibetanwang5 Prayer Flags. For the most part they hold the same significance but with a dash of kinship for those who live along these powerful earth bound arteries of life and their tributaries. The flags where written with the hopes and dreams of the people then the thoughts symbolically released. All with the expressed blessing from His Holiness the Dali Lama.

Throughout the pomp and circumstance of Wang Ping’s whirlwind visit to Trinidad,


Beauty and the Beast

Colorado there was a theme that resonated during her entire stay and it was simply a message of love, tolerance and good will. What I saw through my camera lens was poetry in motion as this award winning woman blended and interacted with fans as if they were the oldest of friends and it was genuine. You could feel the magic as she made everyone she met feel uniquely special. You should have been there, oh well.


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Rod Pocowatchit His award winning film THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE is currently streaming at SkinsPlex

shared SkinsPlex‘s photo.

Rod Pocowatchit shared SkinsPlex’s photo.


Rodrick Pocowatchit is from the Comanche, Pawnee and Shawnee nations, and has produced, written, edited, directed and starred in three independent feature films. He has won several awards, and is an alumnus of the Sundance Institute’s prestigious screenwriting program and the CBS/L.A. SkinsFest Directors Initiative. His film THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE is available now at


“…representation of Native and indigenous cultures is absolutely vital in today’s mainstream media. It’s an underserved audience that’s starving to be satisfied, and streaming services such as SkinsPlex are an important outlet.”

Writer/Director Rod Pocowatchit (comanche)

His award winning film THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE is currently streaming at


THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE is a comedy/drama about Three Native Americans who discover they are somehow immune to a mysterious virus that’s turning everyone else into zombies. The film has screened at film festivals across the country, and won several awards

SkinsPlex with Rod Pocowatchit

THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE (Theatrical Trailer)
Now Streaming on SkinsPlex

Three Comanche men discover they are somehow immune to a mysterious plague that is killing everyone else and turning them into zombies. As they escape to a remote school on the Kansas countryside, they find that survival isn’t the only lesson they will learn.

The Dead Can’t Dance is an award winning and original film from Indian Country. Pocowatchit delivers an innovative piece of work that showcases Native American people in a new setting. Humorous, scary and always fun, THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE provides new blood to Native cinema.

LA Skins Fest shared a video to Rod Pocowatchit‘s Timeline.

Rod Pocowatchit discusses his film with the Los Angeles Native community.

SkinsPlex with Rod Pocowatchit

His award winning Zombie Classic is streaming now at