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Mark Roskill Symposium: Strength, Unity, Power: Contemporary Practices in Native Arts

Image Credit: Wendy Red Star, "Apsáalooke Feminist #2" series: "Apsáalooke Feminist"

Join us for an in-depth discussion on the topics of colonialism, resistance, and repatriation. This symposium explores the cutting edge of what artists, museum professionals, and scholars are doing to promote justice for Native American communities, both in the art world and beyond. Keynote will be contemporary artist, Wendy Red Star, and a panel discussion with Cinnamon Catlin-Legukto, President/CEO of the Abbe Museum and Dr. Sonya Atalay, Associate Professor of Anthropology at UMass-Amherst will follow. After the panel, a reception will be held in the Campus Center in Room 162. 

This symposium was supported by the generosity of:

UMass-Amherst Department of Art: Visiting Artist Committee, UMass-Amherst College of Humanities and Fine Arts, UMass-Amherst Department of the History of Art and Architecture, UMass-Amherst Graduate School, Mount Holyoke College Art History Department, Amherst College Art and the History of Art Deparment, UMass-Amherst Department of Anthropology, Smith College Department of Art, and Smith College Department of History. 

This program was also made possible (in part) by a grant from the UMass Arts Council.