Date & Time:
Mon November 14, 2022
1 PM-2:30 PM
The Block Museum of Art
40 Arts Circle Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
Open to NU Students, Faculy, Staff
Students, Staff, and Faculty are welcome to join us for a visit to The Block Museum to view the Looking 101 exhibition. Lois Taylor Biggs, will guide us through the exhibit and draw connections throughout the pieces on display in connection with the theme of the month around being a good relative. In addition to visiting work by Chris Pappan (Kaw, Osage, Cheyenne River Sioux), which is a part of Looking 101, we will also view other works from The Block’s collection from artists, Shan Gorshorn (Eastern Band of Cherokee), Rosalie Favell (Canadian/Métis), and Andrea Carlson (Grand Portage Ojibwe).
Space is limited. Please RSVP.
ABOUT NORTHWESTERN'S 30 DAYS OF INDIGENOUS 2022
For Native American and Indigenous Heritage Month 2022, we are seeking to understand how to be a good relative, a teaching woven into many communities. It’s embedded in the teachings that ask us to look to seven generations into the future when making decisions, and to remember our ancestors in the generations before us – how to hold their wisdom, knowledge and perspectives with care and pass it on. It’s embedded in the teachings of kinship and interrelatedness with place, more-than-humans, and people. We encourage participants to consider how they are committed to the values embedded in being a good relative and their relationships to place, water, more-than-humans, community, ancestors, and descendants as they engage with programming throughout the month.
This year we are continuing to celebrate 30 Days of Indigenous. Everyday throughout the month of November is an opportunity to discover ways to be in relations with, advocate for, and support Native and Indigenous communities.
Contact The Block Museum of Art for more information: (847) 491-4000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org