THIS FRIDAY – SATURDAY
Homelands: Restoration*Sovereignty Recognition ~ Art Reception
Friday, November 1, 6 -10 PM
Nevada City Winery: 321 Spring St, Nevada City
Inspired by the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe’s desire to collaborate with local artists. A group exhibition of art that reflects positive social change and the power of art to transform a community and bring visibility to the tribe.
Panel Discussion and Interviews with Shelly Covert and Ruth Chase
HOME at Nisenan Heritage Day
Saturday, November 2, 10-4PM Panel Discussion 11-12 PM
Sierra College: 250 Sierra College Drive, Grass Valley
Made possible in part from a California Arts Council grant (Artist in Communities), HOME is a project that brought in NCAC Artist in Residence, Ruth Chase, for artist-to-artist mentoring sessions and workshops for this year’s Visibility Through Art participants. Tribal members were paired with local artists and together, art was created through these unique pairings.
To learn more about CHIRP and the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan: www.nisenan.org
PARTICIPATING TRIBE MEMBERS
Ginger Covert, Lorena Davis, Sarah Thomas, Saxon Thomas, Cassandra Johnson, Shelly Covert, Karen McCluskey, and Richard Johnson. IN SPIRIT, Dutch Rose, Carmel, Jackson Rose, Alberta “Birdie” Gallez, and Maryann Start.