Interwoven Symposium

The Blended Heritage of Nordics and Native Peoples  
Storytelling 
Mar
02
Storytelling

Interwoven Symposium

The Blended Heritage of Nordics and Native Peoples 

12-2pm

In this second Interwoven Symposium, speakers will present their unique histories and stories. As an oral history initiative begun in 2016 by the Nordic Museum, Interwoven serves as a multifaceted project to record, preserve, and present personal stories and histories of individuals with blended Nordic and Indigenous cultural identity in the Pacific Northwest. You can see a brief intro video here.

We're excited to announce our 2019 Syposium pannelists: 

  • Odin Lonning, an artist of the Tlingit Tribe and an Interwoven interviewee
  • Richard Hanks, a retired professor of American Indian History at University of California Riverside, and published author/President of the Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center in Stanwood
  • Gwen Whiting, lead curator of the Washington State Historical Society
  • Aaron Jones, Tulalip Tribes member

Note: the symposium takes place at the Hibulb Cultural Center, 6410 23rd Avenue NE, Tulalip, WA. All tickets will be available at the door.

Cost: $7 for Members; $10 general admission

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