Alaska Native Art: Stories of Healing Through Transformation
Conversation between Alaska Native artists; moderated by Renea Perry
Thursday, November 11 at 6-7 p.m. PST
Virtual, Registration Required
Join the Five Oaks Museum for a celebratory gathering for the online exhibition opening of Alaska Native Art: Stories of Healing Through Transformation with Yupik Sculptor Terresa White, Tlingit Artist James Johnson, Inupiaq/Inuit Artist Holly Nordlum, and Yupik/Inupiaq Artist Drew Michael in the Community Gallery at Five Oaks Museum.
The evening’s conversation will be led by Tlingit Curator, Renea Perry to speak with the artists about the intersections of Alaska Native identity and the creative processes of their works that are timelessly relevant.
Renea Perry (Tlingit/Inupiat/N.Euro) is a Portland Native Community Advocate with a focus on Indigenous Education and Transformative Justice through professional development and Indigenous Civil Rights activism. We are pleased to say she also works at Confluence!