The Convocation is the final event of 2016 celebrating the birth of Lloyd Kiva New, following a collaborative exhibition program between IAIA, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and the New Mexico Museum of Art. Scheduled programming during the Convocation includes discussions of Native art education, Native art practice, artist biographies, and case studies surrounding the Contemporary Native Art Movement.
Stephen Fadden (Mohawk), MA, will be the keynote speaker.
Registration for the event:
General - $40 a day or $75 for both days
Student - $20 a day or $35 for both days
Registration with CEU's - $40 a day, $80 for both days
Art Curriculum Development in Native American Education by Leona Zastrow
Hyper-Textual Relations in an Intangible World by Daryl Lucero (Isleta Pueblo), MA
A Descriptive Study of Native American Art Lesson Plans in "School Arts" Magazine by Bryna Bobick, EdD
Joe Herrera: The Late Work by W. Jackson Rushing III, PhD
Learning the Traditional Lakota Visual Language through Shape Play by Sadie Red Wing (Lakota/Dakota)
Ted Coe and Exhibiting Native Art, Not Ethnography by Bruce Bernstein, PhD
Visual Rhetoric of Davis Bradley in "A Land of Fakes": Protesting the Appropriation and Commodification of
Native American Images by Loni Manning
Storytelling: Native American Narrative and Ledger Art by Paula L. McNeil, PhD
Additionally there will be a panel discussion: Super-Saturated: Four Perspectives on the Power of Color In Native American Art.
Organizer Ryan Flahive stated: "Our hope is to have meaningful conversations about Native art and its role in the education of Native people while honoring the life and legacy of Lloyd Kiva New."
For more information on the Symposium, please click here.