The American Indian Student Association is pleased to host the 108th Annual Spring Powwow! One of the nation's longest running student-led powwows, the AISA Spring Powwow will take place on the South Oval lawn, in the heart of The University of Oklahoma's Norman campus, on Saturday, April 23rd, 2022, from 1:00 PM to 10:00 PM.
We will update this website as more information becomes available.
|Arena Director||Cletus Gayton|
|Head Gourd Dancer||Hubert Kaulaity|
|Head Gourd Singer||Mike Kihega|
|Southern Drum||Southern Thunder|
|Head Man||Edson Yellowfish|
|Head Lady||Courtney Reeder|
|Color Guard||Buddy Bond Color Guard|
|Little Miss||Paislee McAlister|
|Little Mister||Gabriel Whiteshirt|
|'20-'22 AISA Indigenous Royalty||Celena George|
|'20-'22 AISA Indigenous Royalty||Adarius Begay|
Schedule of Events
|12:00 PM||Registration Begins|
|1:00 PM||Gourd Dance|
|5:00 PM||Supper Break|
|5:45 PM||OU Indigenous Royalty Specials|
|6:15 PM||OU Indigenous Royalty Crowning|
|6:30 PM||Grand Entry|
Frequently Asked Questions
The Spring Powwow is completely free for attendees!
You can park in any of OU's parking lots! More information about parking, including a map, can be found at the link below.
Parking Information: https://www.ou.edu/parking/maps
April 23rd is going to be a busy day on campus, so parking could be difficult to find. Be sure to get to campus early to ensure a parking spot.
Bring what you would to any powwow: cash, chairs, regalia (if applicable), blankets, etc.
The contest categories are as follows:
- Men (16+)
- Women (16+)
- Teen boys
- Teen girls
- Tiny tots