The March 3 event is a collaboration between the MassArt Art Museum and the college’s Office of Justice, Equity, and Transformation.
As galleries transfer programming online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve noted exhibitions worth checking out.
Galanin, a Tlingit-Unangax̂ artist, addresses climate change and its connection to white supremacy, as well as the commodification of indigenous cultures.
In My Country Tis of Thy People, You’re Dying, artists grapple with forcible resource extraction on indigenous lands.
In North Dakota and beyond, Native American artists and their allies are creating work in support of the water protectors fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Where are the indigenous stories, communities, and artists within “American” contemporary art?
SAN FRANCISCO — How would you describe the art of Native Americans? If you were unfamiliar with the field of Native American contemporary art then you might muse on woven rugs in rich hues, ceramic vessels, silver jewelry inlaid with turquoise, petroglyphs etched or painted on sandstone walls, and carved totems with animal motifs.