… and Grow Corn
April 8 to May 16, 2015 Opening reception Sunday April 12, 3-6pm New York, New York – American Indian Artists (AMERINDA), Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of How to Catch Eel and Grow Corn, a group exhibition of five Native American women artists representing two generations living and working in New York City, organized by Stephen Hepworth, Independent Curator. Artists in the exhibition are: Nadema Agard, Pena Bonita, Maria Hupfield, Athena LaTocha, and Melissa Staiger.
HOW TO CATCH EEL AND GROW CORN will be accompanied by a series of conversations between each of the individual artists and an invited guest that will similarly give space for the exchange of information, allowing for the revisiting of previous encounters, the re-evaluation of historical contexts and new perspectives to be proposed. The Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba is located at 219 East 2nd Street, New York, NY 10009 and is open from Wednesday through Saturday, 11:00 – 6:00pm. Tuesdays – By Appointment Call (212) 674-3939.