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Artist James Luna: An Informal Lunch and Presentation!

Image of paint brushes and blurred oil paint samples on a table.
November 28, 2017 -
12:00pm to 1:30pm
Native American Cultural Center Lounge, Old Union Club House, 524 Lasuen Mall

All Stanford Community Members

Stanford's Institute for Diversity in the Arts presents:

An informal lunch presentation and hangout with the artist James Luna.

James Luna is an internationally recognized multimedia and performance artist of Pooyoukitchum, Ipi, and Mexican-American descent. A recent Guggenheim Fellow, Luna’s installations and performance artworks address social themes from his perspective as a citizen of a Native nation on racially charged global issues. He will do a short presentation of his work with a Q+A to follow. Lunch will be served and it is hoped there will opportunities for people to individually meet James.

James Luna is also doing a major performance piece on Wednesday, November 29 at 7pm with Denise Uyehara on the Oshman Lawn. 

Event Sponsor: 
Institute for Diversity in the Arts, Native American Cultural Center, and Native American Studies at the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.