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Emerging Indigenous Voices

July 7, 2011


After two years in development, Emerging Indigenous Voices: A New Generation of Artists (EIV) is finally convening in San Francisco. Bringing together seven faculty artists (including me) and thirteen emerging artists from throughout the Fourth World, EIV will spend the next two weeks collaborating on print and mural projects around the San Francisco Bay area. Over the course of the next year, EIV will continue collaborating through an online interface before getting together for another five weeks in Hawai’i. Keep your eyes peeled for interesting connections in Indian Country.
For more information, follow the project blog or check Kua’aina Associates’ website.
I will be delivering a lecture Monday morning entitled ‘Indigenous Visual Sovereignty: Contemporary Native Art History’. Stop by and say ‘sup if you are in the area. I will around SFSU for ten days before heading to New Mexico to teach a seminar called ‘Native and Latina/o Perspectives on the Southwest’.


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