Pride, Prejudice, and Power: Indigenous Arts Movements at Home and Abroad

Nancy Marie Mithlo

Membership Lecture, The New Mexico History Museum Auditorium

Thursday, March 1, 2012, 6:30–7:30 pm, FREE for SAR members • $10 for nonmembers

Nancy Marie MithloNancy Marie MithloMembership Lecture “Pride, Prejudice, and Power: Indigenous Arts Movements at Home and Abroad,” on March 1, 2012.Kapa Haka (Officer Tuamaha)Kapa Haka (Officer Tuamaha)Michael Parekowhai, 2011, bronze, 1820 x 600 x 450mm. Photograph by Michael Hall.
Nancy Marie MithloKapa Haka (Officer Tuamaha)

Native self-representation in the arts has become a global phenomenon. The display, circulation, and consumption of American Indian arts has radically changed with the advent of new technologies, enhanced mobility, and awakened political sensibilities. Can the forces that once operated to reinforce prejudice against Native artists also be capable of achieving powerful social change?

Sponsored by Flora Crichton Lecture Fund

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