Around the Rez: week of Feb. 26
Call for Presenters
Restoring Hózhó: Multimedia artists respond to Bordertown violence
To establish a projection of wholeness (Hózhó), there must first be a coming together. Restoring Hózhó is the gathering of people, voices, and wisdom.
On April 20, 2020, from 6 to 8 p.m., Northern Arizona University’s Creative Writing Program, partnering with the Native American Cultural Center, will host an evening of discussions, storytelling, and sharing of art with the goal of raising awareness and fostering Hózhó in response to the ongoing crisis of bordertown violence.
Writers, artists, and educators interested in serving on panels, as speakers, and/or showcasing their art are invited to participate. We especially encourage Native/Indigenous individuals to submit an application. For two weeks following the inaugural event, multi-media artists will have an opportunity to exhibit their paintings, photographs, weavings, or other media at the Native American Cultural Center located at Northern Arizona University’s Flagstaff campus.
In the spirit of inclusiveness, of gathering people, voices, and wisdom that reverberates outward, the organizers favor collaboration as a means of structuring this event. We invite your ideas for speaker topics, panel discussions, multi-media presentations, or other modes of participation.
Please respond to the following questions and send to email@example.com by March 15, 2020.
- Tell us about yourself, whatever you would like us to know.
- Tribal Affiliation?
- Do you want to contribute to the two-week exhibition? If so, please describe your desired contribution.
- How will your lived experience, training, or work (artistic and otherwise) contribute to restoring hózhó?
- Do you have specific suggestions for topics, discussion questions, or community engagement?
- Is there anything else we should know?
- Please provide your contact information, including telephone/mobile, email, social media.
Free food for the mind, body and soul
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To have your event added to the calendar email firstname.lastname@example.org.