Arts, Politics, Spirit: Braided Activism for Culture Shift

2017bioneersconference

As part of NACF’s ongoing efforts to advocate and educate the arts and cultural sector on the rich, complex and infinitely exciting world of contemporary Native arts and cultures, NACF President and CEO Lulani Arquette will speak this October at the 2017 Bioneers Conference.

From Bioneers:

The Water Protectors at Standing Rock have shown the world that in order to create authentic social change, conventional categories separating art from spirituality and politics have to be dissolved. Their braided activism offers us a model of how we can make the shift to a world in which we can all show up whole, moving our hearts and minds with creativity to work for social and environmental justice. Hosted by cultural activist and writer Arlene Goldbard. With: T. Lulani Arquette (Native Hawaiian), President/CEO of the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation; Cynthia Tom, mixed-media artist, painter, curator, community arts activist, past Board President, Asian American Women Artists Association; Rosa Gonzalez, Director of Applied Practice, Movement Strategy Center.

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