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)
Wednesday, February 20 at 6pm
Traditional Dyes Workshop
Thursday, February 21 1-5pm
Thursday, April 18 at 6pm
Demian DinéYazhi´ (Diné)
Thursday, May 23 at 5pm
The Pashpeshau series is organized by Erin Genia (SMACT ’19) and Nicole L’Huillier (Media Lab), and supported by MIT Office of Graduate Education, MIT Program in Art Culture and Technology, and the MIT Media Lab.