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Support 2023 Indigenous Programming in Tompkins County this Holiday Season

Thu, December 08, 2022 6:03 PM | Anonymous


The History Center is excited to announce a collaborative exhibit planned for June 2023 in the CAP ArtSpace Gallery

'Native Conversations FLX' is an Indigenous artist curated show that will consist exclusively of Native American artists and performers. Native Conversations FLX focuses on Native American culture as it reflects, past, present and future, interpreted through each artist's unique culture.  

To support the travel expenses and stipends for the Indigenous artists participating in this exhibit three local cideries are offering a special 'HOLIDAY STAR MAN CIDER PACKAGE'. The holiday package will include three local artisanal ciders, and a print of Star Man by Travis Mammetady (Kiowa/Seneca-Cayuga) one of the original creators and collaborators bringing this exhibit to Tompkins County. 72% of of the funds raised through these cider packages will directly support the artists participating in the June 2023 show in downtown Ithaca.

The History Center is serving as the fiscal and building space sponsor for this program and supporting the collaboration and organizing partners including Michael Jon Morgan GalleryThe Learning FarmCNY Humanities CorridorEve's CideryRedbyrd Orchard Cider, and Open Spaces Cider

This exhibit has grown out of multi-year relationship building and collaboration by the cideries with Indigenous creators to support reparations and support Native artists and culture carriers. Learn more here:

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