SF’s “Landscape Is Homeland” Festival at Pier 15
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Pier 15 | 698 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Join Indigenous artisans and community members as they share practices, stories, and food that are deeply rooted in the California landscape. Enjoy panel conversations in the Kanbar Forum and an all-day market featuring art and demonstrations on the Plaza. Come honor the Earth’s original care keepers and explore the complex bonds that Indigenous communities have with the land that gave birth to them.
Please note: All Landscape Is Homeland Festival programming in the Kanbar Forum and on the Plaza is free and open to the public. For access to the Exploratorium’s other galleries, ticket purchase is required.
Drawing by Linda Yamane.
Happening in Osher Gallery 1, Kanbar Forum
Gathering in the Changing Climate
Restoring Ecologies in the Greater Bay Area
Happening on the Plaza
Market and Demonstrations
11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Featured artists and presenters:
Julia Parker, Lucy Parker, and Family, Miwok/Paiute/Pomo/Yosemite and Coast Miwok
Four Generations of Basketry
George Blake, Hupa/Karuk
Antler and Bone Carving
Carson Bates, Northern Sierra Mewuk
Working with Cordage, Hemp, and Dogbane
Jennifer Bates, Northern Sierra Mewuk
Lois Conner-Bohna, Mono/Chukchansi
Mono Basket Weaving
Dyann Eckstein, Chukchansi
Vincent Medina, Chochenyo Ohlone,
and Louis Trevino, Rumsen Ohlone
Ohlone Foods and Culture
Rico Miranda, Rumsen Ohlone
California Native Games Demonstration
Meyo Murrufo, Eastern Pomo
Graphic Art and Relationship to Land
Dixie Rogers, Karuk/Modoc
Karuk Basket Weaving
Jessie Rouse-Whipple, Illmawi Pit River/Hupa/Wintu
Bear Grass Demonstration
Amora Stevenot, Northern Sierra Mewuk
Linda Yamane, Rumsen Ohlone
Then and Now: Ohlone Materials Present and Past
Venue details: Pier 15, Plaza and Osher Gallery 1, Kanbar Forum, San Francisco, California, 94111, United States
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