Indigenous Stories with Johnny Moses

Johnny Moses

Johnny Moses is a living link with Pacific Northwest ancestral philosophy and cultural practice. He was raised in the village of Ohiat on the Northern Vancouver Island. He was traditionally educated by his Grandparents and Elders born in the 19th and early 20th centuries.His gift as a memorizer was recognized at a early age. He was sent as a youth to learn the traditional knowledge and practices in many communities of his multi-tribal ancestry, including Nuu-Chah-Nulth, Cowichan, Saanich, Chehalis, Duwamish, Snohomish and Spokane. For Decades, he has conducted ceremonial work and contributed to cultural preservation in western Washington state. Johnny is a renown traditional storyteller and has enchanted his listeners of all ages for many many years.

As part of our virtual programming, we encourage audience members to donate directly to artists, or organizations of the artist choosing. Please direct donations for Johnny Moses to his paypal at  or to the Duwamish Tribe and Longhouse cultural center.

Scheduled performance time: Sunday, October 25 - 11:30am | Category: Stories & More