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Rebecca Belmore, Nicholas Galanin, and Muriel Miguel of Spiderwoman Theater in Conversation with Candice Hopkins
Sunday, June 25, 2023,  2 PM
→ Collection Teaching Gallery
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Free and open to the public.

Following presentations of their performance works on the opening day of Indian Theater: Native Performance, Art, and Self-Determination since 1969, Rebecca Belmore (Member of the Lac Seul First Nation (Anishinaabe)), Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit/Unangax̂) and Muriel Miguel (Rappahannock and Kuna) of Spiderwoman Theater will discuss their work in relation to the exhibition’s unifying principles of resistance and self-determination. The show is curated by Indigenous cultural thought leader Candice Hopkins, who will moderate a conversation focused on Belmore’s performance Sawkill, Galanin’s work White Carver, and Muriel Miguel’s work as a performer and playwright, and the legacy of Spiderwoman Theater.

This conversation is presented by the Center for Indigenous Studies at Bard College, in partnership with CCS Bard.