What‘s on the earth is in the stars; and what’s in the stars is on the earth: special event with Kite

An experimental lecture

Thursday, April 21 | 6:30pm

In-person:
Everson Museum of Art, Hosmer Auditorium
401 Harrison St.

live stream (link tba)

FREE

HOW TO ATTEND

Join us in person OR via live livestream:

The screening and Q&A will happen live on Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 6:30pm EST.

Stay tuned for details on how to access the live steram.

Need help? Contact info@lightwork.org with questions.

Join Light Work UVP for an experimental lecture by multimedia artist and scholar Kite using emerging technologies to explore American settler colonial identity and Lakota epistemologies on Thursday, April 21 at 6:30pm!

This event is FREE & OPEN to the public.

In-person and streaming; event link for online access coming above soon.

This event is held in conjunction with the public exhibition, Makȟóčheowápi Akézaptaŋ (Fifteen Maps), which was commissioned by Light Work UVP and will be projected on the facade of the Everson Museum of Art April 7 – June 25, 2021. More info


Accessibility


CART services will be available for this event.

on request; please contact with requests no later than February 17.

To make accommodation requests or ask questions about facilities, please contact info@lightwork.org or 315-443-2450.


Sponsors


This event is co-presented with the Visiting Artist Lecture Series of the Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts School of Art and by the Syracuse University Humanities Center as part of the official program of Syracuse Symposium 2021-22: CONVENTIONS.

Related Exhibition

Kite: Makȟóčheowápi Akézaptaŋ (Fifteen Maps)
April 7 – June 25, 2022
Th. – Sat. | dusk – 11pm
Everson Museum Plaza