Jami Powell is the Hood Museum’s first Associate Curator of Native American Art and serves as a lecturer in Native American Studies at Dartmouth. She is a citizen of the Osage Nation and has a PhD in anthropology from UNC Chapel Hill.
Jami will give us a brief overview of the Native American collection and its history, then a virtual tour of the current exhibition Form and Relation: Contemporary Native Ceramics. The face in the Hood window that we have been seeing this year is part of the exhibit.
The fall DCUV monthly talks will continue to use the Zoom platform. Join the Zoom meetings after 5:15 pm, to chat and settle in to Zoom. Zoom links will be sent in future emails.
We ask that once you have joined the meeting and it’s time for the speaker you turn off your video and audio. The speakers will start at 5:30. We will check with each speaker about their willingness to record their presentations.