I’m so thrilled to hear you had a good, inspirational and productive time! Thank you for sharing your thoughts, and the links on all the great speakers. Its so important to keep that dialogue going, so I appreciate your time in doing just that.
I’d like to share that this conference theme was created by both Light Work and En Foco. The woman on the podium next to me, Hannah Frieser, is the director of Light Work – and I have to say that none of this would have been possible without her (she is the one that asked me if I would be the co-chair of this conference with her – what an honor!). So I hope you don’t mind, but I really don’t deserve all the credit… While this conference showed the power of what a few people can do to change the world, its a road best not traveled alone.
I wish you the best in your endeavors, and hope to meet you next year!
All the best,
I’ve enjoyed my read through your site. I was particularly interested in the panel discussion you included during your portfolio review in Philly “Visual Sovereignty: Contemporary Native American Photography and The Politics of Imagination” that included Kimowan Metchewais and Will Wilson, as well as about your exhibition Diné Bikéyah. I look forward to more posts about your own work which I would like to see in the future.
All the best, Elizabeth
Will Wilson: http://elizabethavedon.blogspot.com/2009/11/william-r-wilson-vision-project.html
I’m forwarding a note from Native Peoples. They would like to contact you within the next few days…
On May 4, you sent us an email about art student Tiffiney Yazzie and her photography. Thanks for that and other releases you provide us from time to time.
Could you please provide us with a phone number for Tiffiney or an email address, or ask her to contact us?
We are in interested in possibly publishing a collection of her photos in our Sep/Oct issue.
Ideally, we would be in touch with her within the next day or so….
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