Fall 2020 MoCNA Social Engagement Art Residents Announced

The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) announces its 2020 Social Engagement Arts Residents Luzene Hill (Eastern Band Cherokee) and Mercedes Dorame (Tongva). Both artists will be taking part in our first ever virtual Social Engagement Artist Residency. The virtual artist residency will occur remotely, with both artists building their projects and engaging with the public through “virtual studios,” workshops, artist talks, and Instagram takeovers. Luzene Hill

Luzene Hill is a multimedia artist, best known for socially engaged conceptual installations, which incorporate performance/action. Her work reflects interdisciplinary scholarship in visual art, women’s studies, and Native American culture—topics that […]

Source: iaia.edu

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