Virtual Symposium: I Heard the Song of My Grandmother: Art and Indigenous Feminisms

Virtual Symposium: I Heard the Song of My Grandmother: Art and Indigenous Feminisms

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Join us for a gathering with artists, writers, and curators to consider how activist art continues to subvert stereotypes and advance rights for Indigenous women. Participants include Dr. Anya Montiel, curator at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian; Dr. Nancy Marie Mithlo, Professor, Department of Gender Studies at UCLA, Los Angeles; Kristen Dorsey, doctoral student, Department of Gender Studies at UCLA; and Las Vegas-based artist Fawn Douglas. Film screening of Purple Flower Girlproduced and directed by Tsanavi Spoonhunter. 

Please note: A limited number of seats have been reserved for in-person attendees. In-person registration is now closed. We encourage you complete your free registration and join us virtually. For questions, please contact claire.munoz@nevadaart.org

Symposium
January 29, 2022 10 am – 2 pm
FREE VIrtual
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