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Social Media Takeover: Kat and Rya

Kat Salas and Rya Hueston, co-curators of the exhibition Untouchable Artifacts: A Virtual and Printed Exhibition on Indigenous Storytelling, History, and Resilience, share about storytelling in their own lives and in the exhibition. This takeover occurred from July 13-17, 2021.

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July 2021 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Untouchable Artifacts opens July 17, 2021, Experience the Power of Storytelling, and Picturing Seasonal Rounds: OSU Student Work in the Community Gallery — and community events and updates.

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UA Opening Event

July 17, 2021, 3:00 pm

Untouchable Artifacts Opening Event featuring stories from Ed Edmo, Destiny Smokez, and Dakota Yazzie.

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Social Media Takeover: Nica Aquino

Nica Aquino, a first-generation Ilokana-American visual artist & curator currently based in Tongva Land (so-called Los Angeles, CA) shares 35 mm film images from Hawaii, Portland, and the Phillipines. She also prompts a photo scavenger hunt activity. This takeover occurred from June 21-26, 2021.

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Seasonal Rounds

Community Gallery, July – September 2021

Seasonal rounds created by Oregon State University students illustrate how all tribal lifeways are inherently connected to their land.

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Call for 2022 Art Proposals

The 2022 Art Guest Curatorship is an opportunity to create a physical art exhibition. Application Period: December 1, 2021 to January 15, 2022. Check back in December for the application link.

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Social Media Takeover: Kanani Miyamoto

Kanani Miyamoto, born and raised on the island of O’ahu, spent half her life on the windward side of the island and the other half on the south side. She currently resides in Portland, OR and is an artist, educator and curator. This takeover occurred from June 7-12, 2021.

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Untouchable Artifacts

Untouchable Artifacts: A Virtual and Printed Exhibition on Indigenous Storytelling, History, and Resilience is a love letter to the art, practice, and importance of indigenous storytelling on Turtle Island.

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