Screening: Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way
A Documentary Film by D.S. Red Haircrow – Presented by Wanuskewin Galleries
Friday, January 18, 8pm
Upstairs at PAVED Arts
424 20th Street West Saskatoon
A documentary film project directed by Red Haircrow on Native stereotypes and their connection to racism, colonialism, and deep societal issues.
“Most films about Natives concentrate on European narratives or indigenous experience in North America but there are Natives abroad and being “loved in the wrong way” in “Indian crazy” Germany has many forms. Germany is a microcosm of struggles taking place across the world both against and for decolonization; for correcting white privilege and supremacy that’s divided and helped destroy our world. We explore the roots of racism, colonialism, and appropriation in Germany from a rarely considered perspective: the Native American stereotype they infamously adore.” – https://forgetwinnetou.com
This screening is being shown in partnership with Power Lines: A Symposium on the Impact of the Woodland School of Art and the Work of Norval Morrisseau – presented by Wanuskewin Heritage Park. Please contact Felicia.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Power Lines: A Symposium on the Impact of the Woodland School of Art and the Work of Norval Morrisseau
January 19-20, 2019 9am-3pm
To register: wanuskewin.com/visit/events-calendar/power-lines-a-symposium-of-norval-morrisseau.
This event is to thoughtfully investigate the impact of the Woodland School and the work of Norval Morrisseau. Leading artists, academics and art historians are coming together for one weekend to discuss, critique, relay their expertise, stories and knowledge(s) about the importance of Morrisseau and his impact on Indigenous artists historically and presently. Please join us for a weekend at beautiful Wanuskewin, a traditional gathering place. Event is catered and seats are limited.
Keynote by: Dr. Carmen Robertson – one of the country’s leading experts on the work of Norval Morrisseau.
Conversations/Panels include: If I was you, I would appropriate you too w/ Ruth Cuthand, Carmen Robertson, & David Garneau; Norval Morrisseau and the influence of the Indian Group of Seven w/ Faye HeavyShield, Nadia Kurd, Bonnie Devine & Michelle LaVallee; The intersection between Indigenous worldview/ceremony and art: The development of the Woodland Style w/ Barry Ace, Maria Campbell, & Peter Morin.
Art Intersections include: Choreographed Performance by Madison Noon; Poetry Response w/ Indigenous Poets Society; and T-Shirt Screen Printing Workshop w/ VOID Gallery