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  • Wednesday

    October 13

    • Disrupting Colonial Narratives in Public Spaces with Erin Genia (Virtual)


      Erin Genia, Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate/Odawa, is a multidisciplinary artist, educator and community organizer specializing in Native American and Indigenous arts and culture. Genia’s work in these areas is focused on amplifying the powerful presence of Indigenous peoples in the arts, sciences and public realm to invoke an evolution of thought and practice that is aligned with the cycles of the natural world and the potential of humanity. Genia’s artistic practice merges Dakota cultural imperatives, pure expression, and exploration of materiality with the conceptual. Erin is fluent in multiple modes of expression: sculpture, fibers, sound, performance, digital media, writing, painting, printmaking, jewelry and ceramics. Genia lives and works in the greater Boston region and has an M.S. in Art, Culture and Technology from MIT, an M.P.A. in Tribal Governance from the Evergreen State College and studied at Institute of American Indian Arts. She was awarded the 2021 Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Grant from Mass Cultural Council, the 2019 MIT Solve Indigenous Communities Fellowship and the AAF Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts in 2018. This program is co-sponsored by the Mayor's Office and the City Manager's Office. This event is part of the Cambridge Public Library's Indigenous Peoples' Day programming,

    • Escribiendo Nuestras Vidas (Virtual)


      Todos tenemos una story to tell. We do it siempre, cuando contamos cualquier cosita que nos inspira, nos incomoda, nos duele, o nos hace reír. Les invito a escribir anécdotas de su vida y empezar a escribir sus “memoirs.” Este taller es para los que quieran aprender el acto de escribir sobre lo que hemos vivido. No hace falta experiencia, ¡solo ganas! Este taller se presentará en Español y es realizado en colaboración con GrubStreet. Este es un evento virtual. Como registrarse: El evento se realizara por medio de la plataforma Zoom. Es necesario registrarse. El enlace web sera enviado una hora antes del evento. Tienes preguntas? Envia un correo electrónico a Lucy: LFlamm@CambridgeMA.gov

    • Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Group (Virtual)


      October read: The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K Le Guin Reading Interests: The group concentrates on science fiction and fantasy. An advanced reading schedule is published each fall. Example selections include: Neuromancer by William Gibson and The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch. Requirements: A love of speculative fiction and a desire to talk about books. The group is friendly and informal. How to get the print book: Copies of the print book are set aside at the Main Library. Visit the Main Library at 449 Broadway during service hours and a staff member can help you check out a copy. This is a virtual event. A Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants 1 hour before the event. For more information, contact Craig Smith (crsmith@cambridgema.gov)

October 2021
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