John Feodorov’s exhibition, “Assimilations,” at CUE Art Foundation
John Feodorov’s exhibition, “Assimilations,” at CUE Art Foundation recounts what Native Americans lost, culturally, under European colonization: language, religion and history. His crude, faux-naïve and elegantly composed paintings are the best works in the show. Enlarged family photographs and an installation with a Bible translated into Navajo, juxtaposed with a recording of the artist’s mother and grandfather singing Navajo songs, add to the overall, devastating effect.
The New York Times: 3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now
Fairhaven Scholarships 2021-2022
Applications are Due April 19th 2021
Fairhaven Scholarship Opportunities in:
Audio Recording and Music | Entrepreneurship | Food Production
General Scholarships | Math/Science | Social Justice
Visual Arts | Women’s Studies | Writing
Mary Baker Learning and Living in Solidarity: A Conversation with/from Hawai'i
Learning and Living in Solidarity: A Conversation with/from Hawai'i
This event took place on March 25th 2021 as a part of an ongoing dialogue on the meanings of solidarity and to carry forward what we planned from 2020.
The dialogue is with Dr. Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua, Dr. Kyle Kajihiro, Dr. Cynthia Franklin, Dr. Candace Fujikane, and Dr. Mary Tuti Baker.
Fairhaven’s interdisciplinarity fosters collaboration within the College and across campus. Check out some of our exciting collaborations.