ARTbreak: Black Ash Basketry: A Story of Cultural Resilience

Dates: Tue Jul 11, 17

Time: 12:00pm

KIA Auditorium

The documentary explores the Anishinabe art of making baskets from the black ash tree, a tradition now threatened by the invasive emerald ash borer. A story of family, the connectedness of life, the value of traditions, hope for the future, and a spirit of resilience in the face of change is told through the voices of local Native elders and basket makers.
Note: Look for a lecture on black ash basketry on August 24 by local experts John and Johnny Pigeon of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.

Cultural Resilience

ARTbreak is a weekly program about art, artists and exhibitions. Donations welcome. Bring your brown bag lunch, coffee provided. Sponsored by

The Fountains at Bronson Place

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