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Indgenous Curatorial Practice Audio»

MoCNA Chief Curator, Ryan Rice (Mohawk), discusses his education in art and how that brought him to the field of curation.

Keywords: Art, education, museum, exhibition, community, Lunchtime Lecture

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Research and Poetry Audio»

Poet, IAIA alumnus, and Faculty in Creative Writing, James Stevens (Mohawk), describes his creative process of using research as the basis of his poetry and reads examples showing how he applies this in his work.

Keywords: Brown University, education, graduate school, Lunchtime Lecture

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Through Their Eyes Audio»

IAIA alumna and Faculty in Museum Studies, Michelle McGeough (Metis) discusses her work as a curator, highlighting her 2009-10 exhibit Through Their Eyes: Paintings from the Santa Fe Indian School.

Keywords: Art, curation, Nancy Mithlo, Ryan Rice, Lunchtime Lecture

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History of Native Fashion at IAIA Audio»

Since the school’s inception in 1962 textiles have been part of the curriculum at IAIA. IAIA Adjunct Faculty, Jessica Metcalfe (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) PhD, discusses the influences of Lloyd Kiva New and Wendy Ponca on fashion at IAIA and the role of education in contemporary native clothing design.

Keywords: Markets, boarding school, oral tradition, Patricia Michaels, Lunchtime Lecture

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How can education tell me who I am? Video»

Nancy Maryboy (Cherokee/Diné), PhD, discusses the impact Tribal College had on her engagement with higher education.

Coming Into Balance Symposium, March 2007.

Keywords: Education, identity

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