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2017 Symposium on Woodland Indian Material Culture & Art

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Seneca Art & Culture Center at Ganondagan

7000 County Road 41

Victor, NY 14564

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Through the seven guest speakers/authors and discussion, symposium participants will gain a better understanding and appreciation of woodland Indian art and material culture, both through an historic and a modern cultural tradition context. Early bird admission through September 30 is $80 ($70 for Members), including Saturday continental breakfast and lunch. After September 30, all registration is $100 ($90 for Members). For any questions please email: info@ganondagan.org or call (585) 742-1690.



Keynote Speaker:

Jolene Rickard- Director of the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program, Cornell University

Speakers:

Michael Galban- Curator, Seneca Art & Culture Center at Ganondagan

Alan Gutchess- Director of the Fort Pitt Museum, Heinz History Center

Kurt Jordan- Author of "The Seneca Restoration 1715-1754", Cornell University

Mindy Magyar- Professor, College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology

Scott Manning Stevens- Director of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Program, Syracuse University

Dr. Nikolaus Stolle- Author of "Talking Beads- the History of Wampum"

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