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, and drummer Wesley Phillips. 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