- Fri, Apr 12Oklahoma CityApr 12, 2024, 10:00 AM – Apr 14, 2024, 6:00 PMOklahoma City, 659 American Indian Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73129, USA
Convergence Station Cultural Liaison
Think 360 Arts for Learning
Pop Culture Classroom
Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards Advisory Board Member/Juror
Redline Contemporary Art Center
BIG Idea Advisory Committee
Denver Arts and Venues
Cultural Partners Program
City and County of Denver
The Kinážiŋ project (Formerly, the Living Land Acknowledgement Project) responds to the need to acknowledge stolen Indigenous land and honor Indigenous people through art and community gardens, while meeting the needs of local BIPOC communities for healthy food options.
The topiary sculpture is a collaborative community-responsive artwork that actively acknowledges the Indigenous ancestral land of Denver in an ongoing conversation to fortify residents' sense of belonging, agency, and place-keeping. First installation created as a part of RedLine's 48 Hours of Socially Engaged Art & Conversation at the Seeds of Power Unity Farm 3551 Humboldt St Denver, CO.