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Romanticized images of Kikisoblu (Princess Angeline), taken by Edward Curtis and others, were part of a much broader stereotypical trope that continues to impact present-day representations of indigenous women.
Meet contemporary artists and scholars who resist these colonial narratives, shattering stereotypes and celebrating Native American culture.
Moderated by: Mary Jane Topash, Tulalip Tribes Group Tours Specialist at Hibulb Cultural Center
- Asia Tail, Artist
- fabian romero, PhD Student, Poet, Activist
- Lydia Sigo, Archivist/Curator at the Suquamish Museum
- Sara Marie Ortiz (Pueblo of Acoma), Artist and Native Education Specialist
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Location: MOHAI, Faye G. Allen Grand Atrium
Cost: Free (museum admission not included)