Unsettling the Landscape: Panel Discussion Moderated by RCCNA Mellon Scholar Kendra Greendeer
Wed, January 19, 2:00 pm–3:00 pm
In Unsettling the Landscape, a panel of four women will discuss the role of mural arts in the cityscape, and in particular, the role of Indigenous women creating community around visual resurgence. The virtual event, moderated by Kendra Greendeer (Ho-Chunk), includes Mona Cliff (A’aninin/Nakota Nations), Margarita Paz-Pedro (Laguna Pueblo, Mexican American), and Erin Genia (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate/Odawa).
For more information, please contact Artist-in-Residence Program Administrative Assistant Angelica Gallegos at [email protected] This event is hosted by the IAIA Research Center for Contemporary Native Arts (RCCNA).
Kendra Greendeer (Ho-Chunk), a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation and descendant of the Red Cliff and Fond du Lac Bands of Lake Superior Ojibwe, is a PhD candidate in Art History with a focus on contemporary Native women artists, the transformation of spaces, and decolonial museum practices. Her recent curatorial and academic work encompasses Native American arts and history of the United States. Most recently Greendeer has curated and been the conservator for objects exhibited in Ho-Chunk Objects displayed in the permanent installation Mrs. M’s Cabinet at the Milwaukee Art Museum and in the co-curated exhibition Intersections: Indigenous Textiles of the Americas at the Ruth Davis Gallery on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus. She is currently the Collections Manager for Little Eagle Arts Foundation in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. She earned her BFA in Museum Studies from the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and her MA in Art and Museum Studies from Georgetown University in Washington, DC.