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Cultural Appropriation and the Intersections of Indigenous Design & Art

Presented by Boston University Arts Initiative at Earl Center for Learning& Innovation , Boston MA

Apr 03 2022
Cultural Appropriation and the Intersections of Indigenous Design & Art

Dakota Mace (Diné) residency at BU School of Visual Arts, College of Fine Arts

A workshop led by Dakota Mace focusing on cultural appropriation and the intersections of Indigenous design and art.

This body of work will be an extension of Dakota’s current research on the Long Walk and will focus on the Navajo Treaty from 1868. A selection of 100 cochineal cyanotypes, collected from along the Long Walk, will be set in a tabletop case, arranged in a tight grid. The prints are living artifacts and connect to interviews Dakota recorded of Diné elders. A series of 25 lithographs will hang along one of the walls, an aspect of Dakota’s research on the 1968 Treaty. Two sash belts will be

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ADMISSION INFO

Free Admission- free and open to the public.

Tickets are available at the door.

Registration is required.

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Additional time info:

Exhibition Reception – Sunday, April 3rd at 12:30-1:30pm. Towne Gallery – Fenway Campus. 180 Riverway, Boston. (Register here)

Educator Event: Cultural Appropriation and the Intersections of Indigenous Design & Art – Sunday, April 3rd. 1:30 pm.| The Earl Center for Learning and Innovation. 180 Riverway, Boston
A Lecture and Discussion with Dakota Mace (Register here)

LOCATION

Earl Center for Learning& Innovation

180 Riverway, Boston, MA 02215

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details

Face Masks Required: No
Social Distancing: No
Limited Capacity: No
Reservations Required: Yes
Proof of Vaccination Required: No

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