INDIGENOUS A&E: Landback and water art, historical injustices on film

Harmony Cardenas

Sandra Hale Schulman
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The hottest: The Metropolitan Museum of Art debuts its very first exhibition by a Indigenous curator,  the Oscars get new Indigenous voters, huge Landback billboard art attracts notice on Extensive Island, and a new film explores the historical past of injustice at Manzanar.

Artwork: What water means to Indigenous people today

Drinking water is life — a phrase that has taken on a additional potent that means in the wake of pipeline protests, droughts and air pollution. Artists provide the component to one more degree by drawing from earlier and present in a new exhibit at The Metropolitan Museum of Artwork in New York Town.

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