Elysia Poon

2014, May 8–10
Conservation Seminar IIIARC SeminarConservation Seminar IIA second IARC seminar on the conservation of indigenous collections was organized in May 2014 to address major outcomes of the 2013 seminar. Seminar participants developed the first draft of a set of ethical and practical guidelines for collaborative conservation work including the documentation of collections, the conservation decision-making process and treatments.
2010
Art in Our Lives: Native Women Artists in DialogueSAR Press PublicationArt in Our Lives: Native Women Artists in DialogueArt in Our Lives is the culmination of three seminars at SAR's Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) that brought together Native women artists to discuss the balancing of their art practice with their myriad roles, responsibilities, and commitments.
2009, June 5–6
Textile SeminarIARC SeminarTextile SeminarThe Navajo textile documentation seminar brought members of the Navajo Nation and IARC staff members together to learn more about each other and 15 weavings in the IARC textile collection.
2007–Present
Elysia PoonSAR StaffCurator of Education


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