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May 12, 2021 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
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SAR Artists Live with 2021 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native artist fellow, Lehuauakea, will take place on Wednesday May 12th at 4pm (MDT).


Kanaka Maoli artist, Lehuauakea, is a traditional kapa (bark cloth) maker. Their practice also involves the creation of ‘ohe kāpala (carved patterned bamboo stamps), hybrid textiles, and installations. Join us as we jump beind-the-scenes and learn more about their work and the project they have planned for their time at SAR. Lehuauakea will be in residence from June 15, 2021, to August 15, 2021. Learn more about SAR’s 2021-2022 Native Artist fellows here.
Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 4pm on May 12th to watch and chat with Lehuauakea live!
(Photo by Moriel O’Connor, courtesy of Lehuauakea)

About the series:

Ever wonder what kind of equipment, materials, techniques, and space artists use to create their work? SAR’s new live series on Instagram takes you into the studio with leading Native American artists to find out this and more. Go behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of the many talented artists SAR has partnered with, both past and present. During this live event, participants can gain insight into the artist’s process, find out where they draw inspiration, and learn how current events are impacting their work and changing their outlook. Hosts Elysia Poon, director of SAR’s Indian Arts Research Center, and Felicia Garcia, curator of education, will interview the artists in a dynamic and informal dialogue guided in part by questions submitted throughout the conversation from the audience via the Instagram Live chat feature.

Did you miss an SAR Artists Live event?

Don’t worry, we have you covered! Every SAR Artists live is saved to our Instagram TV and our Youtube page.

New to Instagram and not sure how to access our livestreams? Click here for instructions.

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