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This is Kalapuyan Land Exhibition Artists Talk
Stephanie “Littlebird” Fogel is an Indigenous artist, writer, and curator from Portland, Oregon. Fogel combines the traditional totem styles of her Indigenous ancestors with contemporary illustration aesthetics. Her work frequently touches upon issues of contemporary tribal identity and ethical ecology. Fogel is also the curator of the “This is Kalapuyan Land” exhibition where she assembled artworks from 17 living Native artists to demonstrate the vibrancy and abundance of Indigenous culture that thrives today.

Angelica Trimble-Yanu was born and raised in Oakland, California and is an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux Nation from Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Her work is interdisciplinary, utilizing Film, Printmaking, and Sculpture. Within her artworks concepts of Indigenous survivance, sacred space, and traditional Lakota knowledge are present through the combined language of ancestral memory and sacred space.

Whitney A. Lewis is a Chehalis Tribal member located in Washington State. Viewing her daily art practice as a form of healing medicine, she works with beads to create unique high-quality jewelry and cedar work for basketry. The talk is hosted by students from the NAL Eena Haws at Oregon State University.

This is event is made possible through partnerships between the NAL Eena Haws, the School of Language, Culture, & Society, the School of Arts & Communication, and the College of Forestry.

May 20, 2021 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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