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FREE Event: Wearing Our History - Abenaki Artists Panel Discussion

Date & Time: 
Nov 8 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm


Wednesday, November 8, at 7 pm, Vermont Abenaki Artists Association Director Vera
Longtoe Sheehan will moderate a panel discussion in Brattleboro at Brooks Memorial Library
with Sagamo (Chief) Roger Longtoe Sheehan of the
Elnu Abenaki Tribe and Grandmother Willow Greene. The panelists will
discuss the meaning that contemporary Abenaki artists and tribal members
assign to the designs and materials used in their garments,
accessories, and regalia in their own lives and as expressions of
community and tribal identity.

Native American Heritage month
offers special opportunities to connect with Abenaki artists at area
libraries in a series of panel discussions titled “Wearing Our
Heritage,” and this event has been organized
by the Vermont Abenaki Artists Association in partnership with Lake
Champlain Maritime Museum, funded in part by a grant from the Vermont
Humanities Council.

About Vermont Abenaki Artists Association
(VAAA): The VAAA mission is to promote Vermont's Indigenous arts
and artists, to provide an organized central place to share creative
ideas and professional development as entrepreneurs, and to have a
method for the public to find and engage Abenaki artists. For more
information about VAAA, please visit http://abenakiart.org/ or follow us on Facebook or Twitter. For information about the
Library Panel Discussion series: http://abenakiart.org/native_american_heritage_month

For moreinformation contact:
Kevin Unrath, Director, Pierson Library kunrath@shelburnevt.org 802 985-5124
Eloise Beil, Director of Collections and Exhibits, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum eloiseb@lcmm.org 802 475-2022 ext. 107


Brooks Memorial Library
224 Main Street
Brattleboro, VT
United States
42° 51' 19.0332" N, 72° 33' 35.7408" W
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