Native American Celebration Month 2010
Ithaca College celebrates Native American Month 2010 with an exciting slate of events beginning Oct. 18th and continuing through Nov. 18.
Oct. 18th at 4pm Robin Kimmerer (SUNY-ESF) will speak on "Restoration and Reciprocity: Finding Common Ground between Scientific and Tradional Ecological Knowledge" as part of the Sustainability Cafe series. Center for Natural Sciences room 112.
Nov. 1st at 6-8pmpm Angela Gonzales will speak about the Smithsonian exhibit and film "IndiVisible - African-Native American Lives in the Americas" at the Tomkins County Library Borg Warner Room, sponsored by Multicultural Resource Center http://multicultural-resource.org/
Nov. 6th at 8pm Native American Hip Hop Artist Plex will perform in IC Square (downstairs cafeteria) in the Phillips Student student union.
Nov. 9th at 4:00 pm in the second floor hallway of Williams Hall (** note this is a change from previously advertised location of Friends Hall) artist Eli Thomas will dedicate the mural he painted with Ithaca College students representing Native perspectives and Ithaca landscapes. Eli will speak about his art and life at 7pm in Williams 218.
Nov. 11th Field Trip to Canandaigua Treat Day, Canadaigua NY departing at approx. 10am. Contact Jack Rossen for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org or 274-3326.
Nov. 18th at 7pm Native American Student Identity Panel with Hollie Kulago, Pre-Doctoral Fellow in Residence Anthropology-Education. Klingenstein Lounge, Egbert Student Union, Ithaca College.
All events are free and open to the public. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs at 607-274-1692 as soon as possible.