Events

RACC presents Art & Power: Centering the Voices of Native Artists
Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - 6:00pm
RACC presents Art & Power: Centering the Voices of Native Artists

Native American Student Community Center
710 Southwest Jackson Street
Portland, OR 97201

How are Native artists reclaiming space and building community in Portland? What are the current successes and challenges? How can art institutions better support, celebrate, and amplify the voices of Native artists and communities? Join us for the last Art & Power of 2018 as we listen, learn, and reflect with Portland-based artists, Anthony Hudson, Jacqueline Keeler, and Rose High Bear as they discuss their experience navigating Portland as Native peoples and practicing artists and the intersection of these and other identities.

Please contact Humberto Marquez Mendez at hmarquezmendez@racc.org if you have any questions or need accommodations to fully participate in this program.

Art & Power is RACC’s newest conversation series focused on the experiences of historically underserved communities in the arts to engage in safe and intentional dialogue. These conversations are free and open to the public.

To register for this free event, please visit the Regional Arts & Culture Council's event page.