“Our Kind of Happy Hour—Indigenous Sovereignty: Land, Food, Art” will take place Thursday, Nov. 18, 6:30 p.m. at the Chazen Museum of Art.
We welcome Indigenous artists Anastasia Adams and nibiiwakamigkwe as they perform excerpts from Taiquaa//Ambe Omaa (come here), a multidisciplinary collaboration of Yup’ik, Métis, and Anishinaabe lifeways through Pic-eine’rkin throat singing, textile, storytelling, and visual symbol. Performers draw on survival tools of Indigenous existence and relationship to land, community, culture and resilience as audiences deepen their understanding of place. This project premiered at the Madison New Music Festival. Quayana + Miigwech.
This presentation will occur in the Chazen Museum of Art Mead Witter Lobby. Attendance is limited and tickets are required to attend, so be sure to get your tickets now!
Unable to join us live at the Chazen Museum of Art? A video of this performance will be live-streamed on the Chazen Museum of Art Facebook page. No registration is required for streaming from home.
Please note: nibiiwakamigkwe & Anastasia Adams will need to remove their masks while throat singing. They will be situated a minimum of 12 feet from the closest audience members during this time.