Companion book for the Americans exhibition, by co-curator Cecile R. Ganteaume. PCS contributes the afterword, Colin Calloway the foreword. It’s good, buy it.
This all happens in one December evening: dinner, movie, panel discussion, book signing. The movie is John Ford's The Searchers. Panelists include best-selling author Glenn Frankel and PCS, moderated by Smithsonian curator Jim Deutsch. Fri Dec 5, 7pm, NMAI DC.
The lecture is titled “Making Sense of the New Romanticism: Americans and Indians in the 21st Century.” The venue is Lewis Auditorium, Cornell University. The day is Thu Mar 1. The time is 4:30 pm.
Global Art Histories/Multiple Modernities: PCS presenting at College Art Association, New York. Free and open to the public! Thursday, February 10.
PCS speaks at Aurora University's Schingoethe Museum.That's Illinois, baby! Thursday November 4, 7 pm sharp, in the Perry Theater.
Attend opening for “Hide: Skin as Material and Metaphor” at NMAI New York.
Brian Jungen: Strange Comfort reviewed on front page of Washington Post’s Style section. Full color!
Louise Erdrich awards stars to Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong.
Brian Jungen: Strange Comfort on NPR’s Weekend Edition.
PCS introduces Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev at Hirshhorn’s Meet the Artist event with Brian Jungen.
Panel discussion for amazing Culture Warriors show of aboriginal art at American University.
Reading and signing at Politics & Prose, DC’s finest bookstore.