ISAPD recently launched a campaign to create a commemorative art installation which honors and spreads awareness of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women epidemic.
The designed installation will be built by members of ISAPD during the summer of 2019 and will be featured in the gallery show curated by ISAPD entitled:
Making Space for Resistance: Past, Present Future
Yale School of Architecture – North Gallery
August 29, 2019 -October 5, 2019
To read more about the campaign please visit the gofundme website here!
The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women art installation will provide a unique and necessary commemoration to the Indigenous women from an architectural perspective and will energize the spatial practices of healing from those often overlooked.
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