07-19-2018  6:35 am      •     
The Skanner Report
By The Skanner News
Published: 01 May 2018

Seven Native American artists will share their perspectives and artwork on Tuesday, May 8, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at The Old Church Concert Hall. Presented by Native Arts and Cultures Foundation and We Can Listen, "Native Perspectives on Arts, Culture & Justice" will focus on each artist's individual story followed by a discussion centered on how the artists address issues of justice affecting Native communities locally and globally. Moderated by Grammy-nominated local recording artist and theatrical performer Julianne R. Johnson.

Featured Artists:

Cassandra Frost, Actress, Member of The Cheyenne River Sioux of South Dakota

Anthony Hudson/Carla Rossi, Multidisciplinary Artist/Writer/Performer/Filmmaker, Grand Ronde

LaRonn Katchia, Filmmaker, Tribal member Warm Springs Indian Reservation

Jacqueline Keeler, Writer, Diné/Ihanktonwan

Brenda Mallory, Visual Artist, Citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma

Isaac Trimble, Film producer, Flute maker, Apache/Yaqui

Shirod Younker, Traditional/Multidisciplinary, Coquille & Coos

 

The event is free and open to the public. Seats can be reserved here.

 

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