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Emergence Audio»

Vision Project artist John Fedorov (Diné) dialogues with Art Historian Lara Evans (Cherokee) about his work in the MoCNA exhibit Emergence.

Keywords: Art, Navajo, totem, CSULB, education, environment, photography, In Session

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Influences and Excavation Audio»

IAIA Adjunct Faculty, Richard Cutshall, discusses his artistic influences and his artwork Excavation, large-scale drawings focusing on literal and metaphorical investigations of what lies beneath.

Keywords: Printmaking, sculpture, mixed-media, comic books, the hero, Mexico, MoCNA, Private Practice

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Cure All Audio»

Poet and Chair of Essential Studies at IAIA, Kim Parko, reads from her latest book of poetry, Cure All.

Keywords: Poetry, art, writing, Lunchtime Lecture

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Health and Safety in the Arts Audio»

Faculty at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and former IAIA Faculty, Dwayne Slick (Sauk, Fox, and Winnebago Nations) discusses what it means to have a safe art studio in the 21st Century.

Keywords: RISD, health and safety, painting, seventh generation, EPA, OSHA, hazardous waste, Lunchtime Lecture

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Giving Back to the Earth Through Pottery Audio»

IAIA alumna and Adjunct Faculty, Deborah Jojola (Isleta), talks about her work with pottery including her ideas of giving back to the earth through pottery, integrating family and the environment into her art, and her first installation piece.

Keywords: Art, environment, Lunchtime Lecture

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