Pashpeshau: Rising Multiplicities – Indigenous Artists Speaker Series | Elizabeth James Perry

Elizabeth James-Perry, Lightning sash, finger woven, Wampanoag woven textiles, 2013 Elizabeth James-Perry (b. 1973) N. Dartmouth Persian 3-ply wool 3 1/4" wide by 60" plus staggered 14" and 19" fringe Photo: Elizabeth James-Perry
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Pashpeshau: Rising Multiplicities – Indigenous Artists Speaker Series

Pashpeshau means s/he rises, s/he bursts forth, s/he blooms, in the Massachusett language

As the work of Indigenous artists gains prominence across the globe, this series highlights the multidimensional perspectives of Indigenous artists that challenge dominant cultural defects, engages with critical approaches to creating, and exposes our deep relationships to land, ancestors, other life forms and future generations. 

Elizabeth James Perry (Aquinnah Wampanoag) – fiber artist and culture bearer

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
6pm
Speaking at Bartos Theater (20 Ames Street Building E15, Atrium level, room E15-070)

Dinner of Indigenous foods served at 7pm at the February School (MIT Building W20, 84 Massachusetts Ave, Room 209 – Second floor of the Stratton Student Center)

Thursday, February 21, 2019
1-5pm – Traditional Dyes workshop at February School