Introduction to the Afternoon Sessions by Maria Hupfield The Problematics of Making Art While Native and Female: Are we artists who "happen to be native" or are we native artists? Six…+ More details
This panel will discuss the multi-disciplinary struggle for cultural capital in Contemporary Native American Art and share first person aspects of an unknown, organic, highly diverse Native American…+ More details
Members from The Indigenous Arts Council, a programming organization for Indigenous artists, cultural workers, and community organizers in Montreal Canada, will lead a "kitchen-table" discussion.…+ More details
Whitney Chadwick, renowned art historian, discusses the art of Leonor Fini in a walking tour of the exhibition "Réalisme irréel" at Weinstein Gallery in San Francisco. Whitney…+ More details
Artists Pam Cooper, Sandra C. Fernandez, and Gesche Würfel from the exhibition Living in the Shadows: Underground Immigrant Communities discuss their artwork on March 1, 2017. Living in the…+ More details
In 2013, the creation of a mural was assigned to a female artists organization Women Artists of Senegal in Dakar Senegal. The mural was to commemorate a tragedy in 1819 when the village Nder was raided…+ More details
Artists Celeste Pedri-Spade and Leanna Marshall present on the potential of Indigenous Feminist theory and art practice within communities and spaces where Native People continue to struggle to exist.…+ More details
A lecture by Francis Naumann–Dada scholar and founder of the Francis Naumann Gallery, New York–that traces Beatrice Wood's early artistic career and involvement with the New York…+ More details
A conversation with Joan Lebold Cohen and Jane DeBevoise of Asia Art Archive, with participation artist and curator Kong Chang’an. Experiencing post-Cultural Revolution China first-hand, Ms.…+ More details
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