Discussion with artists Shelley Niro and ElizaBeth Hill
Hosted by ARTH 3591 Art History Colloquium: Photography and Disappearance with Clair Raymond
Shelley Niro (Six Nations Reserve, Bay of Quinte Kanien’kehaka Mohawk Nation) is a multimedia artist whose iconic visual narratives incorporate photography, painting, sculpture, poetry, film, and beadwork to disrupt stereotypes of Indigenous identities and histories. ElizaBeth Hill (Mohawk) is a singer-songwriter whose music reflects both her Native background and her past experience living and working in Nashville, Tennessee. Hill writes lyrics in both English and Mohawk and composes music for dance, theatre, and film.
FREE, open to the public.