Inetnon Gefpå’go in Partnership with:
Funding support has been provided in part by the Guam Economic Development Authority QC Community Contribution Grant Program
Funding has been provided to Inetnon Gefpa'go from Humanities Guahan and the National Endowment for the Humanities as part of the federal CARES Act of 2020
3rd International Dance Festival
Guam Department of Education
Inetnon Gefpå’go is tasked to create a Cultural Fine Arts Program at Southern High School in the newly renovated Fine Arts Auditorium. This Auditorium is the largest on island with a seating capacity of 1090. The Program has serviced over 300 students ages 16-18.
University of Guam
This is the second year of piloting the Chamorro Dance Class at University of Guam. This class is offered as an upper division 3 credit elective. A student club was recently established to assist in further developing a pool of talent at UOG. The Program services of 30 students ages 18-25
In 2014, Inetnon Gefpå’go was appropriated 30,000.00 from the Tourist Attraction Fund to assist in the development of talent at the Community Base Level. The community base program services 30 students ages 16-21
Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort
For over 8 Years, Inetnon Gefpå’go provides a full Chamorro Dinner show at the Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort. Guam’s First Full-Chamorro Show every Monday and Friday.
Outrigger Guam Beach Resort
In 2016, Inetnon Gefpa'go in partnership with the Outrigger Guam Beach Resort now offers Guam's only Full-Chamorro Show in the heart of Guam's Tourist District - Tumon, Guam
Federation of International Dance Festivals
Inetnon Gefpå’go Director, Mr. Vince Reyes currently serves as Chairperson for Oceania under the Federation of International Dance Festivals. He has judged in numerous World Folkdance Competitions around the world. Since 2008, Inetnon Gefpå’go has traveled numerous times to Europe, Asisa, and the United States, promoting Guams culture to the rest fo the world.
Council of Arts and Humanities Agency
Mr. Vince Reyes is the newest Master of Chamorro Dance and serves as Guam’s first National Folkdance Director of Guam. Last year, Inetnon Gefpå’go participated in a five week tour of Europe representing Guam at some of the most prestigious festivals in Europe. CAHA has also awarded Inetnon Gefpå’go with funds to assist in Program and Administrative needs.