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Welcome to the Ojibwemowining Resource Center

In 2011, with funding available through Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and Title III, FDLTCC visioned and created the Ojibwemowining Language and Culture Resource Center.  The Ojibwemowining Resource Center allows students, staff, faculty and community members to have a designated space for smaller group work and gatherings, surrounded by the area’s largest collection of contemporary Ojibwe art immersed in a soundscape fertile with the language of the Anishinaabe. Ojibwemowining hosts numerous art, music, language and cultural workshops including moccasin making, drum circles, beadwork and traditional plant knowledge sharing and more! Stop in and check us out!

Daily Phrase

Nimiigwechi’aag manidoog. (I am thanking the spirits)

Our Mission

Ojibwemowining Resource Center’s mission is to empower and engage people to share stories that celebrate our cultures, inspire our communities and honor the Anishinaabe.


    Ojibwe language has been called by many names including Anishinaabemowin, Ojibwe, Ojibway, Ojibwa, Southwestern Chippewa, and Chippewa. It is a Central Algonquian language spoken by the Anishinaabe. It is centered around the Great Lakes homeland of the Ojibwe people. Find resources here.


    Listen to the type of music that’s created in Ojibwemowining Digital Arts Studio or held in the ORC Archives. View a list of the recordings held in the ORC Archives. Those who may be interested in working in the Audio studio can reach ODAS staff at fdltccdas*AT* or fill out an application on this website.


    View Videos made by Ojibwemowining Digital Arts Studio, staff, students or equipment. Find links to more videos on Ojibwemowining YouTube or Vimeo.  Those who may be interested in working on Video projects can reach ODAS staff at fdltccdas*AT* or fill out an application on this website.

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  • 14

    It’s Summer! We are in & out, chasing video, music, dreams & butterflies… Best way to reach us is email If you are student or community member wanting to get into the ODAS studio to record or learn about production, contact Lyz or JG.

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    Many doings this week, relatives! Ojibwemowining is involved with Fine Arts Week: artwork in commons, Marcie Rendon book reading on Tuesday, FDLTCC LIVE! on Wednesday! Check bulletin boards for full schedule or see ODAS News Week 14. WINHEC – World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium – Site Visit Team is on campus this week! They [Read More…]

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    Boozhoo Anishinaabedog! We have moved into our website.  We hope to be more useful and accessible for the FDLTCC community. If you have suggestions for items you’d like to see on our webpage, either in the calendar or blog, please send them to fdltccdas*AT*

Other News...
  • Zaagibagaa-giizis

    Ojibwemowining Digital Arts Studio is in Spring cleaning mode… doing inventory, logging video, transcribing, etc.  If you are interested in coming in to help, contact Lyz or JG.

    Jun12-16: Ojibwe Peoples Dictionary is in the Studio

    Jun19-23: Studio is available

    Jun26-30: Studio is available

  • Looking ahead to Fall already… What new Indigenous short films do you want to see at Thunder Film Festival III?

  • ODAS NEWS is looking for individuals interested in being an ODAS News Anchor. Contact Lyz or JG FMI