My Life As An Avatar

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 17:30to19:30
Arts Building West 215, 853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G5, CA

Skawennati will show some of her work from the last twenty-ish years while discussing Indigenous futurism, storytelling through machinima and video games, her relationship with her avatar and how Haudenosaunee values might be applied to cyberspace.

LOCATION: This event will take places in Arts-West 215.
Arts-West is functionally a hallway between the Leacock Building and Arts Building. There will be signage to guide you when entering from either building.

Space is limited. Please RSVP thought EventBrite or email indigenous.studies [at] mcgill.ca.

This event is part of the 2019 Indigenous Knowledge Holder Series .For the Indigenous Knowledge Holder Series, the Indigenous Studies Program seeks to enrich the McGill Community by inviting an Indigenous Knowledge Holder to spend a week at the university to share their scholarship, work, and advocacy.  Indigenous Knowledge Holders ­– whether they be wampum belt holders, storytellers, artists, activists, hereditary leaders, or academics– encompass generations of knowledge embedded within the cultural and epistemological worldview of Indigenous communities that span generations. This Series seeks to act as a bridge between that knowledge and the institution while placing an emphasis on Indigenous community collaborations and partnerships through academic events, workshops, and community presentations.

Please check out our other events in the Series:
-Indigenous Machinima: Film Screening
-A Beading Circle is a Thing

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