Red Shadows - Opening March 22nd

The Crisis of Missing & Murdered Indigenous Relatives 

curated by Danielle SeeWalker

Red Shadows features artworks by indigenous artists aiming to draw attention to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives (MMIWR) crisis happening in reservations and indigenous communities across the United States. Among other works, Red Shadows will include the installation of "Sing Our Rivers Red" by Tanaya Winder, Jaycee Beyale, and Danielle SeeWalker, that features hundreds of donated single earrings representing known missing and murdered indigenous women. Visit The Collective to learn more about MMIWR and join us for informative programming.  

  • Opening Reception Friday, March 22, 6-8pm
  • Who She Is Film Showing Thursday, April 4, 6-8pm
  • Musical Presentation by Emil Trio and Cultural Caravan 
    Saturday, May 11, 1-3pm

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