December 3, 2020 Back To News

Marie Watt in Conversation with Nancy Marie Mithlo

Marie Watt was recently featured in a “Curator’s Choice” video presented by the Fowler Museum at UCLA in partnership with the UCLA American Indian Studies Center.

Watt discusses American Indian art, intellectual traditions, social activism, and the foundational practice of gratitude in Native communities with independent curator Nancy Marie Mithlo.

Curator’s Choice: Marie Watt and Nancy Marie Mithlo

Join the Fowler Museum, independent curator Nancy Marie Mithlo, and artist Marie Watt for a conversation about American Indian art, intellectual traditions, social activism, and the foundational practice of gratitude in Native communities. We’ll take a look at some of Watt’s most important, powerfully symbolic sculptural works informed by Indigenous knowledge, Iroquois proto-feminism, and American Indian matriarchal structures.

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