Jane Gabriels in conversation with Caridad De La Luz, Ed Bourgeois, and Lindsay Katsitsakatste Delaronde
This roundtable features three artists - Ed Bourgeois, Caridad De La Luz, Lindsay Katsitsakatste Delaronde - speaking about their individual work to create residencies for other Indigenous artists and communities. In their different approaches to developing residency projects, they focus on relationship-building between artists, community, and place/land/earth. They will address the following questions: How are their individual pathways as artists with curation techniques the result of community building? How do residencies and community building connect in their work? How does their relationship to the land where they live and work impact the envisioning of residencies with both local and visiting artists? How is the relationship between host and guest framed? What emerges? What has become an inspiration? This conversation is the first introductory, public meeting of these three artists. Part of this conversation also involves listening and witnessing how their curatorial practices continue inventing themselves in relationship with each other in this conversation.
The Institute of Dance Scholarship and the Dance Department at Boyer College of Music and Dance, Temple University, welcome you to the Spring 2022 program of the Virtual Dance Studies Colloquium, "Indigenous Movements." All events continue to be free and open to the public, but registration is required. The Boyer College YouTube site continues to house past colloquia, and recordings of the Spring 2022 talks will be available there shortly after they occur.