We will be visiting with Colleen Jollie, Judith Brainerd, and Lawanna Bradley from 4 pm -5 pm and learn how it all began 20 years ago. Then from 5 pm -6 pm we will be speaking with the Director Tina Kuckkahn and Assistant Director Laura Grabhorn about what is happening now and the future of the Longhouse.
We will be speaking with Jean Roach longtime supporter of Leonard’s tune in 4pm pacific as she shares with us all.
Jean Roach, Mnicoujou from Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Survivor of the reign of terror, June 26 Oglala FIrefight. Grandmother and a Artist.
(Pictured about is Robert Quick Bear and Jean Roach)
Rigo 23 is a visual artist working in site and cultural specific settings, often in collaboration with others and over extended periods of time. His works occupy unstructured public space as well as designed for art appreciation spaces. Collective memory and markers of time are central concerns. Recent group exhibitions include the 12th Sharjah Biennial, United Arab Emirates; 5th Auckland Triennial, New Zealand; 2nd Aichi Triennale, Japan; 1st Kochi-Muziris Biennale, India; Regionale XII, Austria; The Jerusalem Show IV, Palestine; 3rd Shenzhen/Hong-Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture, China; 10th Lyon Biennale, France and 4th Liverpool Biennial, United Kingdom.
- MFA, Stanford University, 1997
- BFA, San Francisco Art Institute, 1991
I am working on the next phase of bringing the voices to the people. In making this happen I will need to get a better computer that can process large audio files. I am looking at purchasing an Apple 15‑inch MacBook Pro ‑ Silver ‑ MLW82LL/A
and editing tools..
More about me at www.ravenredbone.com
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Jim Miller, a Native spiritual leader and Vietnam … he arrived at a riverbank in Minnesota and saw 38 of his Dakota ancestors hanged.