Natani Notah, Heavy Heels, 2018

Native Feminisms Virtual Walkthrough


Opening Reception
Online, with on-site exhibition at 291 Church Street

Thursday, January 14, 2021, 6:00 pm
Exhibition on view January 14 - March 6, 2021

Join us for a virtual tour of Native Feminisms with curator Elizabeth S. Hawley. We will walk-through the virtual exhibition space, learn about the ideas and research behind the exhibition as well as the artists and contributors. There will be time for questions and dialogue.

Featuring Work By:
Demian DinéYazhi'
Marcella Ernest
Maria Hupfield
Elizabeth LaPensée
Natani Notah
Sheldon Raymore
Dyani White Hawk
Jolene Yazzie

Elizabeth S. Hawley is the Visiting Assistant Professor in Art History/Visual Studies at Northeastern University. She is a specialist in art of the United States in modern and contemporary art, with a focus in twentieth- and twenty-first-century American Indian art. Other research interests include feminist/women's art, activist art, and art of the American West. Hawley balances teaching and research with an active curatorial practice, recently curating African American Artists of the Great Migration at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where, as a Barra Fellow, she also contributed to Modern Times: American Art 1910 — 1950. Previously, she guest-curated a section of MoMA's Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive.