Friday, March 18
10:00 a.m. PT
Speakers: Barbara Mumby-Huerta, Vice President, Programs and Partnerships, Native Arts and Cultures Foundation
Despite centuries of colonization and attempted erasure, Indigenous people continue to create, share, and inspire the world. Native peoples contend with harmful stereotypes and romanticized perceptions about their histories, contemporary lives, and what Native art and cultures are. Lifting the voices of contemporary Native artists is necessary to dispel myths and advance equity for Native communities. In this presentation, participants will hear from the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation about their efforts to prioritize Native representation in the arts and how Native artists and culture bearers are leading the way towards social justice.
Reserve your spot for the online guest lecture by clicking on this link. All participants will be sent the Zoom link and instructions via email once you secure your place. Space is limited.
This lecture is presented as a part of the Guest Lecture Series, which focuses on works of art on view in the Museum as well as topics of interest in the broader art world. Lectures are followed by docent-led virtual tours.
Sponsored by The San Diego Museum of Art Docent Council.
Featured at top right: Rosy Simas, yödoishëndahgwa’geh (a place for rest), 2021. Image courtesy of All My Relations Arts.