May 7, 2015 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Joanne Prince of Rainmaker Gallery reveals how American Indian photographers, from Horace Poolaw in the 1920’s to contemporary fine art photographers today, continually break free from romanticised and colonial stereotyping to define their own images and identities.
£7 (£5 Museum members) To register, phone 01225 820866 or use our contact form.
All participants must register to take part in courses, workshops, talks, and some children’s workshops.
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