• A half circle of canvas hung on a white wall extending onto a wood floor where there is another quarter-circle of fabric. The canvas is dyed in light and dark brown shades and has gray floral motifs.

    Duane Linklater: can the circle be unbroken 3 (left), can the circle be unbroken 5 (right), 2019; Photo: Jueqian Fang.

Duane Linklater: mymothersside Roundtable on Indigenous Knowledge

Join us for a roundtable conversation on the occasion of the exhibition Duane Linklater: mymothersside focusing on Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing that inform the artist’s practice. The discussion explores topics such as language revitalization, basket weaving, and food sovereignty. Featured speakers are Beth Piatote (Nez Perce), UC Berkeley Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature; Carolyn Smith (Karuk), UC Berkeley Assistant Professor of Anthropology; and noted food writer and author Sara Calvosa Olson (Karuk).

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