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CICAP Lecture Series – Marianne Nicolson
WhenThursday, Jan. 11, 2018, 7 – 8 p.m.
Campus roomAuditorium
Event typesAcademics, Lectures/Seminars
Event sponsors
  • Division of Art, School of Art + Art History + Design
  • The Boeing Company
  • Dale and Leslie Chihuly Foundation
Twitter#cicap18
Description

CRITICAL ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICE LECTURE SERIES

Lecture 1 of 7

Lectures are free and open to the public.

Full series information is at the web link below.


Marianne Nicolson (T’ayagila’ogwa) is an artist activist of Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw First Nations and Scottish descent. The Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw Nations are part of the Kwakwaka’wakw (Kwak’wala speaking peoples) of the Pacific Northwest Coast. She is trained in traditional Kwakwaka’wakw forms and culture as well as contemporary gallery and museum based practice. She holds a BFA from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design (1996), an MFA from the University of Victoria (2005), and an MA and PhD in Linguistics and Anthropology from the University of Victoria (2013). Nicolson works as a cultural researcher and historian for the Kwakwaka’wakw as well as an advocate for Indigenous land rights. Her practice is multi-disciplinary, encompassing photography, painting, carving, video, installation, monumental public art, writing, and speaking. All her work is political in nature and seeks to uphold Kwakwaka’wakw traditional philosophy and worldview through contemporary mediums and technology. Exhibitions include the 17th Biennale of Sydney, Australia; The Vancouver Art Gallery; The National Museum of the American Indian in New York; Nuit Blanche in Toronto, Ontario; and many others. Major monumental public artworks are situated in Vancouver International Airport; the Canadian Embassy in Amman, Jordan; and the Canadian Embassy in Paris, France.

Linkart.washington.edu…
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