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Local Learning: The National Network For Folk Arts In Education

The Rockwell Museum 111 Cedar Street, Corning, NY

This community conversation, the first in a series, introduces the broader community of the Southern Finger Lakes to three local cultural groups and their traditions through self-representative media projects created by members of those communities. These media presentations are followed by a public conversation around cultural stewardship and will demonstrate practical ways for other local communities to document and investigate their own traditions. Resources will be provided to the public to assist others in becoming cultural stewards of their own community.

Indigenous Women’s Voices Summit: Artist Panel Discussion

Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre 219 Main St, Hurleyville, NY

A free public discussion and Q+A with the filmmakers, musicians, and visual artists of the 2022 Indigenous Women’s Voices Summit. Event will be moderated by Designer Kaweniiosta Jock and features a performance by the Akwesasne Women’s Singers. Speakers include: * American Indian Movement leader Madonna Thunder Hawk, featured in the film Warrior Women * Food Sovereignty & Cultural Revitalization activist Marcella Gilbert * Filmmaker Ivey Camille, Director of Powerlands * Visual Artist Althena LaTocha * Akwesasne Women Singers performers Bear Fox, Elizabeth Nanticoke, Iawentas Nanticoke, and Tekonwakwenni Nanticoke Speaker Bios: Oohenumpa Lakota matriarch Dr. Madonna Thunder Hawk is one of […]

Free

Creating the HOW(ever) & How2 Digital Archive

NY

This event will present the archival materials that are the basis of the HOW(ever) & How2 Digital Archive Project; discussion will cover the vision for the scholarly website based on these materials and work to do date on this site. This event will take place under the institutional auspices of University at Buffalo's Digital Scholarship Studio Network.

Free

Local Learning: The National Network For Folk Arts In Education

The Rockwell Museum 111 Cedar Street, Corning, NY

This community conversation, the second in a series that kicked off on October 6th, introduces the broader community of the Southern Finger Lakes to three local cultural groups and their traditions through self-representative media projects created by members of those communities. These media presentations are followed by a public conversation around cultural stewardship and will demonstrate practical ways for other local communities to document and investigate their own traditions. Resources will be provided to the public to assist others in becoming cultural stewards of their own community.

Free