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  1. Richard F. Brush Art Gallery Presents: Wood Paper Ink

    - Brush Art Gallery

    The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, in collaboration with the Mokuhanga Sisters, presents diverse examples of mokuhanga, the traditional method of Japanese water-based woodblock printing, and its expansion from Japan to the international world of contemporary art during this exhibition on display beginning Monday, Sept. 12 through Saturday, Oct. 8.

    Exhibition
  2. Artist's Lecture by Niio Perkins

    - Griffiths Arts Center Room 123

    Niio Perkins, Kanien’kehá:ka Bear Clan, is an award-winning artist whose spectacular beadwork is treasured throughout North America. Her modern aesthetic fuses traditional symbols with organic shapes...

    Arts
  3. Artist's Lecture by Grant Wade Jonathan

    - Griffiths Arts Center Room 123

    Each One Inspired artist Grant Wade Jonathan is a Tuscarora-raised beadwork artist and an attorney, who currently works in the EPA's American Indian Environmental Office in New York City. When he is...

    Arts
  4. Curator's Lecture by Gwendolyn Saul

    - Griffiths Arts Center Room 123

    Gwendolyn Saul is an ethnographer and cultural anthropologist interested in creative and innovative ways to implement critical Indigenous theory in museum spaces and practices. Her research and...

    Arts
  5. Artist's Lecture by Carrie Hill

    - Griffiths Arts Center Room 123

    Carrie Hill is a Mohawk sweetgrass and black ash splint basket maker. Basket making has been in her family for many generations. She learned the skill from an aunt after having her second child, and...

    Arts
  6. Artist's Lecture by Dave Fadden

    - Griffiths Arts Center Room 123

    Dave Fadden is a well known painter who has strong ties to both Akwesasne and Onchiota. He is also a storyteller, illustrator, writer, and sculptor. He is the director of the Six Nations Iroquois...

    Arts