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First Nations Dialogues: Kinstillatory Mappings in Light and Dark Matter

  • Abrons Art Center 466 Grand Street New York, NY 10002 USA (map)

Presented by Abrons Art Center in partnership with First Nations Dialogues and Global First Nations Network

A ceremonial fire outdoors in the amphitheater at Abrons Art Center centering Indigenous protocol and knowledge. Sit by the fire and welcome the evening with neighbors, stories, song, dance, and food (bring some to share). The fire for First Nations Dialogues includes performances by Allison Akootchook Warden, an Iñupiaq new genre artist; dåkot-ta alcantara-camacho whose work spans ritual activation, performance art, installation, contemporary indigenous movement, and cultural responsibility; and Thomas E.S. Kelly, a Bundjalung-Yugambeh/Wiradjuri/Ni-Vanuatu multi-disciplinary artist and choreographer. Food generously prepared by Quentin Glabus, Frog Lake Cree First Nations from Alberta, Canada and member of I-Collective.

Date: January 9th

Should there be rain or other inclement weather, the event will be canceled. Please check our website, as well as Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Image by Steve Paneccasio.

Later Event: July 13