Tuesday, Sept. 19
Teri MottEmail: email@example.comPhone: 316-978-3664
Location: Ulrich Museum, Beren Gallery
5:30 p.m. Reception
6 p.m. Program
Led by members of the Kaw Nation in collaboration with the City of Lawrence, University of Kansas, Spencer Museum of Art, Kanza Heritage Society and others, the Iⁿ‘zhúje‘waxóbe / Sacred Red Rock Project is focused upon the return and relocation of Iⁿ‘zhúje‘waxóbe, the red Siouxan quartzite boulder currently located in Robinson Park in Lawrence to the Kaw Nation, who have a centuries-long relationship with the rock and value it as a sacred item of prayer. Pauline Sharp, a citizen of Kaw Nation and past vice president of the Kaw Nation Cultural Committee, will discuss the relocation project and what it means to Kaw Nation. This free event takes place in the Beren Gallery and everyone is welcome. The talk is presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Lesley Dill | Wilderness: Light Sizzles Around Me, on display in the Polk/Wilson Gallery Aug. 5 through Dec. 2.