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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 1: Museums, beadwork and Indigenous agency

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Duration: 0:33:40 | Added: 06 Jan 2020
Jozie Kettle (Pitt Rivers Museum), talks to Dan Laurin about his involvement in the 2020 exhibition Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power.

Dan is a transgender Métis postgraduate and artist who is steadily reconnecting with his culture by practicing his Nation’s well-known floral beadwork deigns. He aims to share his story and passion for Indigenous people’s unique art with Native Two-Spirit youth and further the conversation regarding the decolonization of American Indian gender and sexual identity through traditional art like beadwork.

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