CREATING FIRE IN THE HOLE: THE SPIRIT WORK OF FI YI YI AND THE MANDINGO WARRIORS
This panel introduces the process of collaborative ethnography, a method of co-creation the Neighborhood Story Project (NSP) uses to produce books. The panel will discuss working together to create the first full-length book co-written by a Mardi Gras Indian tribe and the politics of collective bodies of work from Indian suits to exhibits and books. The panel includes: Big Chief Victor Harris, Master Designer Jack Robertson, drummer Wesley Phillips, and their official photographer, visual anthropologist Jeffrey Ehrenreich. Director of the NSP, Rachel Breunlin, will lead the conversation.
Hotel Monteleone, Queen Anne Ballroom, $10 or Literary Discussion, Combo, or VIP Pass
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Hotel Monteleone Queen Anne Ballroom
FRI 3/29/19 10:00 am