Date & Time:
Wed November 17, 2021
The Block Museum of Art
40 Arts Circle Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
Open to the public
THIRZA CUTHAND: NDN SURVIVAL TRILOGY and other works
Thirza Cuthand, 2013-2021, digital video
Plains Cree/Scots artist Thirza Cuthand explores queer sexuality, Indigenous identity, and forms of personal and collective crisis in her defiantly DIY videos, performances, and autobiographical writings. For this program, Cuthand will appear in person to introduce and discuss her "NDN Survival Trilogy,” a recent series of videos that address the impacts of colonialism, resource extraction, and climate change through the artist’s distinctly intimate and irreverent voice.
Presented in conjunction with Northwestern’s Art, Theory and Practice department, the Climate Crisis and Media Arts working group, and One Book One Northwestern.
Health and Safety Guidelines
Northwestern is closely monitoring developments related to the coronavirus pandemic and will follow local, state, and University guidelines for in-person events and museum visitation. All visitors must follow the Northwestern University COVID-19 Guidelines, which are in place at the time of visitation, including masking within the galleries and auditorium.
We plan for this program to be offered in person. Should public health or Northwestern campus guidelines evolve, we will contact guests about online presentation or cancelation.
Contact The Block Museum of Art for more information: (847) 491-4000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org