Indigenous Women as Artists: Art as Resistance

 Indigenous Women as Artists: Art as Resistance

Carmen Selam, Lost Pieces and Broken Treaties

Friday, April 23, 2021
11:00 AM (Pacific Time)
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This panel will discuss the links between art, activism today for young Native women, with a focus on the importance of storytelling by and from an Indigenous perspective, as a new generation of women uses art in their communities. A lot has been written and painted about Indigenous Peoples, but what changes when you get the chance to tell your life, your story, with your own words? How do these Native artists view American society and their own place within it?

Program:

11:00 AM – Opening Remarks
Eugénie Clement
Pôle Californie, Institut des Amériques

11:10 AM – Aurélie Journée-Duez, 
Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales

 “Women Artists, Queer and Indigenous Facing Their Images: Toward an Intersectional and Decolonial History of Contemporary Indigenous Artists in the USA and Canada (1969-2019)”

11:30 AM – Interview with Artist Carmen Selam,
Yakama/Comanche

11:50 AM - Filmmaker Deidra Peaches, Diné
 Introduction to Two Documentary Films

12:10 PM – Screening of 
Dooda Leetso, the Legacy of Uranium

12:30 PM – Screening of 
Diné Confront McCain Venue in Window Rock, 2015

12:40 PM – Q&A 
Moderated by Eugénie Clement

 

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Cost: Free

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Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, Institut des Amériques, Anthropology, UCLA American Indian Studies Center