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Knowledge of Place Art Exhibit - Opening Reception

  • China Brotsky Gallery - Tides Converge (Former Thoreau Center) 1007 General Kennedy Avenue San Francisco, CA, 94129 United States (map)

The Native American Academy and The Cultural Conservancy
Invite you to join us for the Opening Reception and a Special Exhibit

“Knowledge of Place”
The Sense of Belonging
~ knowing how we are related to all creation ~

An exhibit of indigenous art
A benefit to support

The Sculpture Garden of Native Science and Learning

Opening Reception:

Friday, October 26th, 4 - 7pm

October 27 - December 14

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Contributing Artists:
Muriel Antoine (Lakota)
Nora Akino (Issei)
Meyo Blue Cloud (Pomo)
Dempsey Bob (Tahltan/Tlinget)
Wikuki Kingi (Maori)
Rose Imai (Tuscarora)
Tim Paul (Nuu-chah-nulth)
Robin Rorick (Haida Gwaii)
Isabel Rorick (Haida Gwaii)
Kristi Smith (Yurok)

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The Native American Academy and The Cultural Conservancy  are collaborating on the creation of a Library of Indigenous Knowledge using works by traditional artists to communicate  wahkohtowin - "knowing how you are related to all creation"

Regular Gallery Hours, hanging exhibit:
Mon - Fri 8:30 - 5pm
Following the opening - sculpture viewable by appointment - Contact Rose Imai

About the China Brotsky Gallery at Tides Converge:

Since 1976, Tides has worked with innovative partners to accelerate toward a world of shared prosperity and social justice. Tides Converge San Francisco is a thriving 150,000 square foot multi-tenant center, comprised of twelve buildings in the Letterman District of the Presidio. A pioneer in nonprofit centers, Tides Converge houses over 75 charitable organizations and social enterprises working for social justice, quality education, international development, cultural conservation, public health, and environmental stewardship, ultimately fulfilling the Presidio's vision: combining preservation of the park's historic resources with creation of a global center for a sustainable future. 

With support from:

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Full Circle Fund
Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Learning Fund     |

Earlier Event: October 6
Fall Harvest Gathering