Panel with Alison Marks, Mique'l Dangeli, Caroline Monnet, and Crystal Worl Panel Discussion 6 - 7 pm Private Reception 6:30–9 pm Location Frye Auditorium This panel, comprised of artists, curators, and scholars, will discuss their respective practices grounded in ancestral values that traverse traditional, modern and contemporary forms. Their respective art and scholarship is rooted in expressions of Indigenous identity, and a shared belief in the importance of Indigenous language education as a key component to the strength and resilience of related communities. Representing different regions of North America, the panelists express the influence of the landscape and waterscape across their practices through the use of natural materials, and the indigenous knowledge systems that inform the messages and stories told through their art. Please join us after the panel for a free private reception celebrating Alison Marks: One Gray Hair from 6:30–9 pm. RSVP required for both events.