Public Artist Talk:
Wednesday, Oct 25, 5:30 P.M.
Building 305, in the South Gallery
Dakota Camacho believes in creativity as a record of interaction with the spirit realm. Exploring the overlap between integrity, ancestral/indigenous life ways, true love, and accountability, guiya (they) activate a Matao worldview to make offerings towards inafa’maolek (Balance and harmony with all of life). Weaving through languages of altar-making, movement, film, music, and prayer, guiya (they) generate moments of encounter with self, each other, spirit, and the natural world. Yo’ña (their) work enacts spaces where multiple worlds, ways of knowing, being, and doing speak to each other to unearth embodied pathways towards collective liberation.
Seating is limited, please RSVP by clicking the button below to attend this talk.
LocationCentrum Campus, 223 Battery Way, Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend
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