Celebrating First Peoples Week!
Charlene Teter's Way of Sorrows | Design by Ryan RedCorn
You're invited to join a wide-ranging and exciting week of
live art, storytelling and conversation led by Indigenous and Native
American artists, historians, journalists and community leaders.
Together, we'll bridge the past, enlighten the present and celebrate our shared humanity.
Featured panelists and contributors include:
- American Indian Community House
- This Land (Crooked Media) podcast host Rebecca Nagle (Cherokee)
- Patricia Marroquin Norby (Purépecha), the first-ever full-time curator of Native American Art at The Met
- Billions actor Tanis Parenteau (Cree)
- The Lenape Center
- Folk singer and musician Samantha Crain (Choctaw), hailed by the New York Times as a “promising young storyteller”
- Korina Emmerich (Pullayup), EMME fashion designer and Project Runway contestant
- Walter Scott (Kahnawake Mohawk), author of the “Wendy” comic series, of which The New Yorker said “his mastery of his characters’ faces and gestures is...wonderful, his line quick and sure and expressive”
- Charlene Teters (Spokane), activist and first Artist-in-Residence at the American Museum of Natural History
- And many others!