Here is a project that I will be taking part of in December at Arizona State University. Please consider making a monetary pledge to see the project come to reality. http://kck.st/PRpDRz

Map(ing), Multiple Artists Printing, is a biennial project that uses the uniqueness of collaborative printmaking for the visual communication of ideas, sharing of culture, expression of language, and identity.  Map(ing) 2013 is the third biennial to be hosted by the printmaking program in the School of Art at Arizona State University. 

This seven-day event, January 3-10, 2013, coordinated by Professor Mary Hood, will focus on the collaboration of Native and Indigenous artists working with the graduate and select undergraduate students from our printmaking program, currently ranked 5th nationally by USA News and World Report.

Collaborative Teams will create a limited edition of original prints while working together to visually and conceptually explore cultural diversity, mentoring, acknowledgement of people and place, as well as cultivating an environment of communication. It is not necessary that artists have prior printmaking experience, only artistic vision and a willingness to work as a collaborator in an educational setting.  

Map(ing) 2013 will feature a moderated public forum with the artists and collaborators to discuss contemporary themes and ideas in Native creative practices, and will culminate with an exhibition and reception at the Night Gallery in Tempe Marketplace in Tempe, Arizona. 

Your support of the Map(ing) project will fund the honorariums and travel expenses for invited artists, all materials necessary to complete the project, as well as a modest honorarium for the graduate students.

Thank You for your pledge!

For more information please visit our website: http://asumapping.wordpress.com/

Invited artists for Map(ing) 2013 include: 

C. Maxx StevensSeminole/Mvscogee 

Nicholas GalaninTlingit/Aleut

Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Inupiaq/Athabaskan

Rowan  Harrison, Dine (Navajo)/Pueblo of Isleta

Thomas Greyeyes, Dine (Navajo)