The 2022 Otsego Institute Workshop will provide participants with a forum for searching discussion of key issues that trouble the practice of Native American art history in today’s era of active decolonization: reconciliation, repatriation, and restitution; cultural sensitivity; access and appropriation; voice and interpretation; models of collaboration; and the negotiation of diverse epistemologies. Of equal value will be opportunities for the development of hands-on approaches, techniques, and skills needed to understand and appropriately represent the Indigenous knowledge and ancestral presences embodied in historic Native American arts.

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