She Made for Her: Anna Tsouhlarakis

She Made for Her: Anna Tsouhlarakis Director's Lecture and Exhibition Opening. 

Working across a range of media, Anna Tsouhlarakis has developed an artistic practice that explores themes of Native American identity through resolutely contemporary means. With a body of work that includes sculpture, video, performance, photography, and installation, Tsouhlarakis aims to expand the terms of what constitutes Native aesthetics, pushing viewers to confront and rethink their own cultural expectations when encountering the work of Native artists. This exhibition grows out of the Open Fields research project at the Neubauer Collegium.

Please join us for a Lecture and Panel Discussion on Tuesday, November 1.
It will be from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. at 5701 S. Woodlawn Avenue at the University of Chicago.
Reception will follow.

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