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Panel: Kinship and Solidarity Across Borders
Thu, May 13, 2:00 pm–3:00 pm
What do Indigenous curatorial practices mean in terms of curation? How do we take care of ourselves while also supporting the communities we belong to while working with institutions? How can we develop long-term relationships between Indigenous art creatives across the colonial border?
This panel, Kinship and Solidarity Across Borders: A Conversation on Indigenous Curatorial Practices in “so-called” Canada and the United States, brings together Indigenous curators and artists based in “so-called” Canada and the United States who will discuss their Indigenous curatorial practices and issues and movements of solidarity, accountability, respect, and reciprocity in their roles as curators, educators, and artists within the institutions for which they work or collaborate.
Moderated by Jaclyn Roessel (Diné) with the participation of Dyani White Hawk (Sičáŋǧu Lakota), John G. Hampton (Chickasaw), Dr. Patricia Marroquin Norby (Purépecha), and Whess Harman (Carrier Wit’at).
This roundtable is a pre-recorded event presented by the Indigenous Curatorial Collective, the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA), and the Consulate General of Canada in Dallas. The event will premiere on MoCNA’s Facebook page and MoCNA’s YouTube channel on May 13, 2021, at 2 pm (MDT).
For more information, please contact MoCNA Senior Manager of Museum Education Winoka Yepa (Diné) at (505) 428-5907 or [email protected].