Bronitsky and Associates has been involved with hundreds of projects and events in our history. On this page, we provide a list of our current activities as well as a small sample of some of our past work.
Consultant to International Governments
Consultant/Advisor to National and International Festivals
Consultant/Producer for International Arts Touring Companies
Facilitator of International Cultural Marketing Workshops
International Lectures and Speaking Engagements
Publications and Papers
Executive Producer - ORIGINS™: First Nations Theater from around the World, in partnership with Border Crossings and under the Artistic Direction of Michael Walling, London, England
Stage 3: 2009 - ORIGINS™: Premiere London Season
Stage 2: 2008 - 2009 ORIGINS on the Road™
Stage 1: 2007 - September 1-8, Official launch, with First Nations Playwrights Symposium
International Marketing and Promotions Consultant for the Cumbre Tajin Festival, Veracruz, Mexico - contracted by the Cumbre Tajin Festival of the Totonac People to promote the Festival internationally and to broker opportunities for touring international Indigenous artists and performers to the Festival and to take Totonac performers to the World
Negotiating for the Development of Regional Arts and Cultural Festivals - utilizing our training and development model to build capacity among the members of the host community
United States of America Embassies:
United Arab Emirates
United States Department of Commerce
Embassy of Mexico
Embassy of Canada
Embassy of Australia
Embassy of Sweden
Embassy of Norway
2011-2012 National Ethnographic Museum of Serbia
For a performing art festival in Serbia, through a United States State Department Speakers Grant awarded to the Museum
2008-2009 Cumbre Tajin Festival of Identity
Paplanta, Veracruz, Mexico.
2008 The Dreaming Festival
Native American delegation
Woodford, Queensland, Australia.
2004, 2006, 2007 World of Melody
IOV (International Organization for Folk Art) Mongolia
2001-2003 Encuentro Yoreme Festival
DIFOCUR (Dirección de Investigación y Fomento de Cultura Regional/Department for Research and Development of Regional Culture)
Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico
2000 Spirit of a Planet Festival
Spirit of a Planet Inc.
1999 Indian Village
Indian Village, Inc
Chinle Valley Singers (traditional Navajo music/dance; USA)
Lois Suluk Locke and Maria Illungiayok (Inuit throat singing; Canada)
Peter Irniq (Inuit statesman and drum dancer; Canada)
Heath Bergersen (didgeridoo player; Australia)
Sutaras Folk Dance Group (traditional folk music and dance; Lithuania)
Mariachi Imperial de America (mariachi music; USA)
Andrew Thomas (traditional flute music; Navajo; USA)
Transjoik (contemporary Sami music; Sami; Norway)
Jun Tiburcio (Totonac writer; Mexico)
Kwagiutl Dancers (traditional Kwagiutl dancers; Canada)
Matato’a (traditional and contemporary Easter Island music; Easter Island, Chile)
Naa Luudisk Gwaii Yatx’I Dancers (traditional Tlingit and Haida music and dance; Alaska, USA)
Pa’a Taotao Tano Dancers (traditional Chamorro music and dance; Guam)
Gummilori Yanni Yulidji Dancers (traditional Aboriginal Australian music and dance; Australia)
Dakwäkäda Dancers (traditional Athabascan Indian music and dance; Canada)
Fernando Cellicion Traditional Zuni Dancers (Zuni Indian music and dance; USA)
Yellow Bird Apache Dancers (traditional Apache and Plains music and dance; USA)
Virginia Yazzie Ballenger (contemporary Navajo fashion; USA)
Virginia Stroud (Cherokee; USA)
Magne Ove Varsi (Sami rights pioneer, Norway)
Harriet Nordlund (Sami playwright, Sweden)
David Milroy (Aboriginal playwright, Australia)
Laila Hansen (playwright, Greenland)
David Velarde (Apache playwright David Velarde, USA)
International Cultural Marketing Workshop in Serbia for the National Ethnographic Museum through a United States State Department Speakers Grant awarded to the Museum
International Round-Table Discussion - "The Role and Significance of Cultural Events for the Development of a Territory," Volgograd, Russia
International Cultural Marketing Workshop in Moscow under the auspices of RAIPON (Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North), the Russian National House of Folk Arts of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Division of International Exchanges of the Russian Federation Ministry of Culture, and the Department of Economics and Strategic Development of the Evenkia Autonomous Region, with assistance from the United States and Canadian embassies
Participant in Creative Performance Marketing Workshop, Vilnius, Lithuania
Mecanismos de Financiamiento Internacional. Mesa Redonda: La Problemática Actual de la Cultura Yoreme. Cuarto Encuentro Yoreme Sinaloa, Culiacan, Sinaloa (Mechanisms of International Funding, Round Table: The Current Situation of Mayo Indian Culture)
Arte y Artesania de los Nativos Americanos en el Mercado Mundial in Mochicahui and Culiacan, Sinaloa, for the Segundo Encuentro Yoreme del Noroeste (Art and Handicrafts of Native Americans in World Markets, presented in Los Capomos, Mochicahui and Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico, for the Second Encounter of the Mayo Indians of the Northwest)
"The Role and Significance of Cultural Events for the Development of a Territory." Participant, International Round-Table Discussion, Volgograd, Russia.
"International Cultural Marketing." Bi-National Forum, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
"International Cultural Marketing." New Mexico Native American Economic Summit, Albuquerque.
"Promoting Indigenous Talent Internationally." Bi-National Forum, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
"International Cultural Marketing," Anderson Schools of Management, University of New Mexico
"Marketing Australian Aboriginal Talent." Western Australia Indigenous Arts Showcase, Perth, Australia, February 2003
"The Challenge of Promoting Indigenous Talent Internationally," Asian Arts Market 2003, Singapore, June 2003
"Arts and Native Handicrafts in Global Trade," Encuentro Yoreme del Noroeste, Culiacán, Mazatlán, Los Mochis, Guasave and El Fuerte, Sinaloa, Mexico (Encounter of the Mayo Indians of the Northwest of Mexico)
Creating Spaces Where Things Happen: A Life Story of a Business Anthropologist. International Journal of Business Anthropology, Vol. 1, No. 1 - to view the article please click here (Adobe Acrobat PDF).
Report from International Conference on African Culture and Development - to view a copy of the report please click here (1.6 MB - Adobe Acrobat PDF).
International Cultural Marketing Conference/Workshop: Indigenous Performers, World Markets. Society for Applied Anthropology Newsletter, December 2007
Time Has Come to Create an Indigenous Business Center. New Mexico Business Journal Vol. 13, No. 19, p 16.
Creating Markets for Contemporary International Indigenous Performance. International Indigenous Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Keep ‘em Pure, Keep ‘em Poor: Anthropology, Anthropologists, and Talent. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The Challenge of Promoting Indigenous Talent Internationally. High Plains Applied Anthropologist 24(1): 101-102, Spring, 2004
International Cultural Marketing: A Concept Paper. High Plains Applied Anthropologist 23(1): 102-103.
International Cultural Marketing. Paper presented at Society for Applied Anthropology, Portland, Oregon.
American Indians, World Markets. Paper presented at Native Stories and Their Keepers: Telling the Public. Sequoyah Research Center Symposium, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Indigenous Peoples in World Markets. Fourth International Business and Economics Conference, St Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin.
Native Update on International Marketing Strategy. National Indian Business Association Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM
From Tribal Worlds to World Markets. Anthropology Newsletter, American Anthropological Association. 42(3): 6
Case Six: Effective Email use: Are you getting the most out of Email? Applied Anthropology and the Internet: Communication and Innovation, Terry Redding, ed., Arlington, VA: American Anthropological Association. National Association for the Practice of Anthropology Online Bulletin Series #19, URL: www.aaanet.org/publications/napa19/default.html
Native American Businesses. 12th Annual Navajo Studies Conference, San Juan Community College, Farmington, NM.