Virtual Lunch and Learn: "The Ripple Effect of Historical and Curatorial Research in Public Spaces"

When: Fri., Sept. 18, 12-1 p.m. 2020

Dr. Brooke Bauer, USC Lancaster Assistant Professor of History and Co-Director of Native American Studies, and Brittany Taylor-Driggers, USCL Assistant Professor of Art and Curator of Collections, share their recent research about building connections with Native artists from the perspectives of a historian and a curator/artist. In this lecture, they will talk about some of their experiences and the project outcomes from traveling to Albuquerque, Chaco Canyon, Santa Fe, Acoma, Taos, Chimayo, and Bernalillo in New Mexico. To register, send your email to [email protected] and we'll respond with the password and ID needed to join the program.

Price: Free

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