POSTPONED: Voice & Vision: Tunica-Biloxi Living History
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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. We will reschedule this event at a future date. Thank you.
5:45PM cash bar; 6PM program Walter Anderson’s art and life were the products of wide-ranging and multicultural influences, encompassing transcendentalism, folktale, and indigenous ways of understanding the world. In partnership with the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana, this interdisciplinary public program connects Anderson’s art to the history and traditions of First Nations Americans who called the Gulf Coast home prior to European arrival. Special guests include John D. Barbry, Donna M. Pierite and Elisabeth Pierite-Mora, co-authors of The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe: Its Culture and People, and leaders of the Language & Cultural Revitalization Program of the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana. Cost: Free to the public.
This program is part of the Museum’s Voice & Vision initiative that stages dialogues between the works of Walter Anderson and artifacts from other collections, along with voices across time and place. Voice and Vision includes four in-gallery installations composed of artworks, objects, scholarship, and documentary fieldwork, representing a diversity of stories and experiences rooted in the Southern land. Voice and Vision and its programs are financially assisted by the National Endowment for the Humanities through the Mississippi Humanities Council.