'A Conversation with Wendy Red Star' - April 8th

"A Conversation with Wendy Red Star" will take place on April 8th from 12:00-2:00 p.m. in Room 313B at Science Teaching Student Services. This event includes artists' presentations, including slides, Powerpoint, and video, a moderated conversation between the artists followed by an open discussion with students, and then a small catered reception.

'A Conversation with Wendy Red Star' - April 8th

This gathering will provide insight into broader socio-political indigenous issues, such as the role of history and art historical interpretations, as well as the intersectionality of reservation and off-reservation life. Ms. Red Star's award winning mixed-media work "Four Seasons" will be exhibited at the Bockley Gallery beginning Friday, April 8th. Other contemporary Native women artists currently invited are Carolyn Lee Anderson (Dine), and Andrea Carlson (Ojibwe), two artists currently residing in the Twin Cities who are affiliated with the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. This event includes artists' presentations, including slides, Powerpoint, and video, a moderated conversation between the artists followed by an open discussion with students, and then a small catered reception.

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