“Patterns of Endurance: Kahutoi Te Kanawa, Donna Campbell, LisaNa Red Bear and Tawhanga Nopera,” an art exhibition at the C.N. Gorman Museum at UC Davis, showcases the work of doctoral candidates from the School of Māori and Pacific Development at the University of Waikato in New Zealand.
In conjunction with the exhibition of weavings, garments, digital prints and video, a series of lectures and other events will take place at the museum Nov. 2–3.
Guest speakers include professors and six doctoral candidates from the University of Waikato and six doctoral candidates from UC Davis. The event is co-sponsored by the UC Davis Department of Native American Studies.
The museum is located in Hart Hall and the exhibition is on display through Dec. 2. For a full schedule and details, go to http://gormanmuseum.ucdavis.edu/.
5 p.m. Welcome Ceremony, Gorman Museum
6 p.m. Lectures by Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Leonie Pihama, professors at the University of Waikato.
Smith is author of the book “Decolonizing Methodologies Research and Indigenous Peoples,” regarded as a foundational text in Indigenous Studies. It was first published in 1998 with a new edition in 2012. Pihama will give an overview of two Māori health projects.
Hart Hall, Room 1150
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Graduate Student Symposium
3 p.m. – 4 p.m. Artist Presentations