PLATFORM / ReMatriate

PLATFORM / ReMatriate  / October 25 / 6PM-9PM / SFAI


Curated by Toni L. Gentilli, SFAI Residency Director, and Winoka Yepa

October’s Platform event, ReMatriate, honors the strength of Indigenous women who are leading within their communities and creating opportunities and tools that support Indigenous peoples and other women in reclaiming or rematriating ancestral traditions of female leadership. Through art, education, and conversation, this event will give space and voice to the visibility, representation, and wellness of Indigenous women.

Visit this page for updates on participating artists and organizations.

This event is free and open to the public. Suggested donation is $10 at the door. 


Schedule 

6PM — 7PM  Information Booths, Food, Exhibition, Open Studios

7PM Solo Dance Performance by Natalie Benally

7:10PM to 7:30PM Speakers
Welcome from Curators Toni Gentilli, SFAI Residency Director, and Winoka Yepa, Senior Manager of Museum Education, IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
Julia Bernal & Reyes DeVore, Pueblo Action Alliance
Jane Pfeiffer, First Nations Community HealthSource
Jaclyn Roessel, Native Women Lead and USDAC

7:30PM Dance and Music by Natalie Benally and Clara Natonabah

7:40PM — 8:30PM Information Booths, Food, Exhibition, Open Studios

8:30PM — 9:00PM Music by Clara Natonabah


Participating Organizations

American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers

Human Trafficking Department, First Nations Community Healthsource Clinic

Indigenous Design + Planning Institute, University of New Mexico

Native Women Lead

Pueblo Action Alliance

Sovereign Bodies Institute

Tewa Women United

Three Sisters Collective

Utah Diné Bikeyah


Performers

Clara Natonabah

Natalie Benally


Artists

Heidi K. Brandow

Mercedes Dorame

Tamara Ann Burgh


Speakers

Julia Bernal & Reyes DeVore, Pueblo Action Alliance

Jana Pfeiffer, First Nations Community HealthSource

Jaclyn Roessel, President, Grown Up Navajo, Native Women Lead


Food

Itality: Plant Based Wellness by Tina Archuleta

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