“Sparking Miyeu Pimatishiwin: A Métis Kitchen Table Talk,” February 2020, University of Winnipeg. Photo courtesy of University of Winnipeg
First Friday - Strategies for Indigenous Curating as Care by Cathy Mattes
Free, everyone welcome. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82220649643
There are First Nations, Métis and Inuit curators who organize exhibitions and projects explicitly centered on knowledge systems, dialogic processes, being in service to others and curating care. This lecture will discuss strategies employed by those who curate care/as care, and help bring or maintain Indigenous hearts “home.”
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82220649643
Auto generated closed captioning is available if you watch the lecture live with Zoom.
If you are unable to watch the lecture live don't worry! It will be recorded, closed captioning will be added and it will be posted here by the end of February. The Facebook live version will also remain on our Facebook page (no captions).
Cathy Mattes is a Michif curator, writer and art history professor at Brandon University who is based in Sprucewoods, Manitoba. In her curatorial and writing practice Mattes focuses on Indigenous issues and art, and explores concepts of community and the dialogical nature of art engagement.