More Spring Events: Powwow, Talks, Exhibition
Cherish the Children Pow Wow
9th Annual Celebration
Central High School, 275 North Lexington Parkway, St. Paul, MN
Saturday, February 17, 2007
1 PM and 7 PM Grand Entry
Sunday, February 18, 2007
1 PM Grand Entry
5 PM Feast
for more info Ain Dah Yung Center Powwow
Prof. Angela Pulley Hudson
"To Make Crooked Ways Straight: Indians, Slaves, and Settlers in the Creek Nation, 1790-1820s"
Monday, Feb 12, 3:30-5pm
102 Walter Library
(Prof. Slocum is a candidate in CLA's Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies search)
Prof. David Martinez
"From the Land of Sky-Blue Water: Charles A. Eastman, Minnesota and the World of the American Indian"
as part of the "Diversity through the Disciplines" Prof. Martinez will be one of four speakers
Thurs. February 8, 2:30-4:30pm President's Room in the Coffman Memorial Union
(Prof Martinez is in the dept of American Indian Studies)
"My Grandfather's Knocking Sticks: Gender, Labor, and the Great Depression in Ojibwe Country"
Thurs. February 15, 7pm (short reception after)
Marshall Room, Christensen Center
(Prof. Child is a prof. of History in the dept of American Studies, and also teaches in American Indian Studies)
Culturally sensitive housing designs for the Hmong and Ojibwe people by interior design students of the University of Minnesota, under the direction of Dr. Tasoulla Hadjiyanni.
The exhibition features interior spaces to support cultural practices like cooking traditional foods, religious customs, and gathering with friends and family. Culturally sensitive design can improve mental, emotional, and physical well-being and can ease new immigrant groups' adjustment to American life. Seventeen residential design solutions are included.
Event date(s): 2/4/2007 - 6/3/2007
Tue., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wed., Fri., Sat., and Sun., 1 to 5 p.m.
Thurs., 1 to 8 p.m.
OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday, Feb. 4, 3-6pm.
Hennepin History Museum
2303 Third Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Phone: (612) 555-5555
Although there is no mention of the exhibition on the museum website (at least when i looked)-- it really is at the museum.