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Mia Virtual Artist Talk: Cara Romero on Indigenizing Photography
May 13 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us for at FREE virtual artist talk by Cara Romero on “Indigenizing Photography: The Importance of Self-Representation in the Native American Community.”
Reserve your FREE ticket here: bit.ly/3eONik1
Cara Romero was born in Inglewood, CA and raised between the rural Chemehuevi reservation in the Mojave Desert and the urban sprawl of Houston, TX. Her identity informs her photography, which is a blend of fine art and editorial photography. Her practice is shaped by years of study, and a visceral approach to representing Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultural memory, collective history, and lived experiences, from a Native American female perspective.
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