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Madison Alumni: A Legacy of Indigenous Perspectives

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Madison Alumni: A Legacy of Indigenous Perspectives

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Thursday, February 17
All Day
Memorial Union | Main Gallery
Cost: Free
Curated by John Hitchcock. Part of the 2022 Southern Graphics Council International printmaking conference.

Madison Alumni: A Legacy of Indigenous Perspectives is a collection of artworks created by Native American alumni and faculty who completed their MFA degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Art Department in the School of Education. The exhibition is curated by John Hitchcock.


 

"Our Shared Future printmaking conference is a call to artists to consider how our studio practice makes culture and knowledge visible through socially engaged graphic arts of the past, present, and future. 

Printmaking can deepen our understanding of the world, inherently challenge systems of oppression, and can push against histories of colonization, unwarranted violence, and systemic racism. 

Artists share in the responsibility to shape our future. The 2022 SGCI printmaking conference is implicitly guided by the social and environmental ecology of a place and seeks to affirm the role of graphic arts within Our Shared Future."

Learn more about the conference at www.sgcinternational.org

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Madison Alumni: A Legacy of Indigenous Perspectives is a collection of artworks created by Native American alumni and faculty who completed their MFA degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Art Department in the School of Education. The exhibition is curated by John Hitchcock.


 

"Our Shared Future printmaking conference is a call to artists to consider how our studio practice makes culture and knowledge visible through socially engaged graphic arts of the past, present, and future. 

Printmaking can deepen our understanding of the world, inherently challenge systems of oppression, and can push against histories of colonization, unwarranted violence, and systemic racism. 

Artists share in the responsibility to shape our future. The 2022 SGCI printmaking conference is implicitly guided by the social and environmental ecology of a place and seeks to affirm the role of graphic arts within Our Shared Future."

Learn more about the conference at www.sgcinternational.org

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ART EXHIBITION

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