Harjo participates in NEA, NEH seminar on Indigenous artwork, culture | Arts-amusement

In February 2020, Native Arts & Tradition Basis co-hosted a initially-of-its-type accumulating in Washington, D.C., with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Nationwide Endowment for the Humanities.

The Native Arts and Tradition: Resilience, Reclamation, and Relevance convening introduced alongside one another around 225 attendees, like associates from much more than 40 tribal nations, representatives from about a dozen federal, state, and regional entities, quite a few Native artists and learners, as very well as nonprofit gurus and funders who assist Native peoples.

To study additional about the results and action methods from the convening, sign-up for the Native Arts and Culture: Resilience, Reclamation, and Relevance webinar hosted by Grantmakers in the Arts.

The webinar will consider spot on Tuesday, March 30, at 1 p.m. There will be an prolonged dialogue about the convening tips which will notify motion and mobilization all over Indigenous Arts leadership in arts philanthropy, rethinking funding techniques and techniques, and advancing partnerships in exploration and social justice.

Panelists incorporate Lulani Arquette (Native Hawaiian), president and CEO, Indigenous Arts and Cultures Foundation Pleasure Harjo (Mvskoke), internationally renowned performer and author and the nation’s 23rd Poet Laureate Shelly C. Lowe (Navajo), government director, Harvard University Native American Application and Clifford Murphy, director, National Endowment for the Arts, Folks & Common Arts.

Check out www.giarts.org to sign up for the webinar.