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TURB 103 URBAN STUDIES IN PRACTICE - Asia Tail (Cherokee), yəhaw̓ Co-curator, "yəhaw̓: A Collective of Indigenous Creatives"
TURB 103 URBAN STUDIES IN PRACTICE - Asia Tail (Cherokee), yəhaw̓ Co-curator,   "yəhaw̓: A Collective of Indigenous Creatives"
WhenWednesday, Feb. 12, 2020, 12:30 – 1:25 p.m.
Description

yəhaw̓ is a Lushootseed word that means to proceed, to go forward, to do it. This talk will introduce students to yəhaw̓, a collective of Indigenous creatives offering interdisciplinary cultural, art, and design services, featuring hundreds of artists working in a variety of mediums across Coast Salish territories. In all programming, the collective centers Indigenous voices, particularly those of women, Two Spirit and young people. yəhaw̓'s projects are accompanied by relationship-building and mentorship opportunities to support continued creative development in our communities, with the intent that all participants will gain experience and exposure, and build sustaining connections.

Campus locationUW Tacoma Joy Building (JOY)
Campus room117
Event typesInformation Sessions
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