Wabanaki Perspectives on Climate Change

Tuesday, October 8, 2019,

Given Auditorium

Wíwənikan…the beauty we carry is an exhibition of contemporary art of the First Nations people of what is now Maine and Maritime Canada currently on view at the Colby Museum of Art. As part of the exhibition’s programming, this panel discussion will focus on how climate change is affecting indigenous artists and indigenous communities in Maine more broadly. This event is sponsored by the Colby Museum, the Buck Lab for Climate and Environment, the Center for the Arts and Humanities, the Environmental Studies Program, and the Oak Institute for Human Rights. The panelists will include Barry Dana, Suzanne Greenlaw, Prof. Darren Ranco and Richard Silliboy.

For questions, please contact Miriam Valle-Mancilla.

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