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c:am supports California Indian, Native American and Indigenous arts and curation through community-centered contemporary art exhibits professional development workshops and educational programming.

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concept: art + movement (c:a+m) is a cultural arts coalition, dedicated to exhibiting the work of artists and culture bearers of the Pacific Western region.

c:a+m supports California Indian, Native American and Indigenous arts and curation through community centered contemporary art exhibits, events and educational programming.

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Multiple Horizons: Native Perspectives at the Crossroads
November 5, 2020- April 11, 2021
Crocker Art Museum Community Gallery Online

Multiple Horizons: Native Perspectives at the Crossroads creates space for the local Cultural Arts community to share their perspectives on the cultural landscape of the Sacramento region, inviting the viewer to reflect on their own relationship to the ancestral Nisenan territory the Museum was built on. In collaboration with concept: art + movement the exhibit features California Indian, Native American, and Indigenous artists community and youth.

Click here to view the exhibition and learn more.

2021 ARTIST WORKSHOP SERIES

Multiple Horizons Art Writing Workshop
Saturday, February 27, and Sunday, February 28

As Central California Native artists become more visible on the global art scene, we need voices from within the community who are intimately connected with our regional cultural views to represent our work accurately through the written word. This workshop is part of a larger effort to build the capacity of our regional native artists and build a pool of confident native art writers.

Hosted by c:a+m in conjunction with First American Art Magazine’s We Have Words for Art: A Symposium on Writing about Art by Indigenous Peoples of the Americas.

Multiple Horizons Writing Workshop Sessions

Session One: Writing Tips and Assignment Discussion
Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 11:00 AM
Participants will meet on one hour Zoom facilitated by America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), First American Art Magazine publishing editor, and Stacy Pratt, PhD (Mvskoke), full-time writer and educator, to discuss the process of developing a 500 to 750-word piece.

Word docs should be submitted to America at firstamericanartmagazine@gmail.com by Wednesday, March 10, 12:00 PM. America will edit work and email back to participants prior to the next session.

Session Two: Discuss Art Writing
Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 11:00 AM
Participants will meet on one hour Zoom to share their experiences in writing and receiving feedback, ask questions, and discuss ongoing ways c:a+m can continue to nurture and promote California Indian art writing and community curation. Art writing may be published either as a hard copy print pamphlet or featured on the First American Art Magazine blog, depending on the number of pieces.

COMMUNITY CURATORS

Shanti Parks

Mewuk

Meyo Marrufo

Eastern Pomo

Melissa Melero

Modoc and Northern Paiute

Gemma Benton

Anishinaabe

Sigrid Benson

CONTACT

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1683
Shingle Springs, CA 95682