Native American artists/scholars : speaking for ourselves in the 21st century.
Summary: "Native American Artists/Scholars: Speaking for Ourselves in the 21st Century" is a gallery exhibition curated by Phoebe Farris that features artists Nadema Agard, Lakota/Cherokee/Powhatan, Norman Akers, Pawnee/Osage, George Longfish, Seneca/Tucarora, and Gail Trembley, Onondaga/Micmac. In this video, Ms. Farris discusses the exhibition and artists Nadema Agard and Norman Akers discuss their works. The American Indian Community House Gallery is the only Indian owned and operated Gallery in New York City. The gallery feature the works of American Indian Artists as well as Native artists from Mexico. Canada and Central and South America. For more information: www.aich.org. The Badger's Corner is an education via entertainment vehicle for our visual and performing arts department programs: American Indian Community House Gallery/Museum and Native Americans in the Arts. Taking its name from the Pueblo legend of the four-legged creature who led them out of the underworld after the great flood, the intent is to inform and challenge people to rethink their concept(s) of Native American people and customs.
Credits: American Indian Community House, producer ; Presencia Taina TV, producer ; R.J. Hernandez, videographer.
Credits: Phoebe Farris, guest curator ; Norman Akers, artist ; Nadema Agard, artist.