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Creative Voices from the Land: Sharing History Through Art - Presentation

Date and Time: March 7, 2019, 5:30 PM CT

Location: First United Methodist Church, 122 N 8th st, Salina
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Presented by America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), Editor of First American Art Magazine, and Kelly Church (Odawa/Ojibwe/Potawatomie), artist and activist

Many indigenous stories predate European contact. How can we unearth those stories to learn the culture and history of place? How much of that intergenerational knowledge is encoded in songs, dance, and visual symbolism?

Hosted by the Smoky Hill Museum.

This event is part of "Stories from the Land: Indigenous Voices Connecting within the Great Plains," an exhibition and public symposium featuring indigenous perspectives on art, culture, and the environment. A collaboration with First American Art Magazine.

Sponsored by: Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery

For more information about this event, please contact:
Jean Merz-Edwards
(785) 825-8991 x245
http://firstamericanartmagazine.com/stories-symposium/

 

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