Skawennati and Jack Gray: I LAND 2018
Jack Gray: I LAND 2018
May 10, 2018
Kaufman Hall Room 200
Light reception immediately following
Please join us Thursday, May 10 at 3pm in Room 111 GSE&IS Building for a talk by Skawennati, Mohawk multimedia artist, Co-Director of Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace (AbTeC) and Partnership Coordinator of The Initiative for Indigenous Futures. Her talk is titled My Life as an Avatar: Activation Remix. This is a fragrance-free event.*
About this talk: Skawennati will explain how and why she adopted the internet as her homebase, touching upon early projects such as CyberPowWow and Imagining Indians in the 25th Century and showing excerpts from her machinimas, including TimeTravellerâ„¢ and She Falls For Ages. She will also tell you about Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace, the Initiative for Indigenous Futures, and Activating AbTeC Island.
The colloquium will be followed by a performance activation and talk by Maori contemporary dance artist Jack Gray, organized by the Worlds Arts and Culture/Dance Department. This UCLA Regents’ Lecture will take place at WAC, Gloria Kaufman Hall, Room 200 at 4:30pm.
There will be a joined reception for both events immediately following.
This is a free public event–please share widely!
* All colloquia are fragrance-free events. Please refrain from wearing scented products such as perfumes/colognes, scented lotions, clothing with strong detergent scents, etc. while attending this event as they can trigger serious health issues for those with fragrance allergies. We aim to maintain a welcoming and accessible environment for all faculty, staff, students, and visitors. Thank you for your consideration for all members of our community. More info on being fragrance-free can be found here: http://thinkbeforeyoustink.com/howtogofragrancefree.html
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