As the world becomes more globalized, how has our relationship to the land evolved? For this month’s Art for Lunch, Gallery Attendant Alaynee Goodwill-Littlechild invites us to reflect on how cultural identities can survive, adapt and flourish in contemporary spaces? Focusing on media and technology, and their impact on traditional practices, together we will look at how we can create new forms of gathering places.
Join us on Thursday, October 17, 12:10–12:50pm. Alaynee will facilitate a conversation around the current exhibition Isuma: One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk and share her experience as a traditional artist, teacher and a contemporary urban Dakota/Lakota woman.
Art for Lunch is free with admission. Tour meets at Guest Services.