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Indigenous Film and Architecture: Symbolism, Geometry and Nature

Indigenous Film

Wednesday, Jul. 14
7 p.m.
Virtual Event
Free

Join us for a discussion with Daniel J. Glenn, AIA, NCARB, a nationally recognized Native American architect specializing in culturally responsive architecture and sustainable design that reflect his Crow tribal heritage. Two short films will be streamed during the event, an excerpt from "Aboriginal Architecture – Living Architecture," which profiles Glenn’s architectural designs and concepts at the Little Big Horn College at Crow Agency (Mushkeg Productions, 2005.); and "Puyallup Tribe of Indians – Place of Hidden Waters," featuring Glenn’s modern version of the longhouse that houses 20 families and elders and reflects the traditional culture of the Puyallup Tribe in both form and function (Adventure Pictures, 2013, 5 min.).

Following the films, join us for a live discussion with architect Daniel Glenn, moderated by Mervyn Tano, President of the International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management. 

 

This event is presented in partnership with the International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management and the Denver American Indian Commission.

 

          

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