The Fowler Museum at UCLA is hosting a free discussion on Wednesday, May 15 about the ethics of collecting native arts.
Co-presented by the UCLA American Indian Studies Center, the UCLA Institute of American Cultures and the California Hub of the Institut des Amériques, “Brokering the Sacred: A Panel on the Ethics of Collecting Native Art” will feature a panel of experts and begin in the museum’s Lenart auditorium at 6 p.m.
The panelists are:
- Wendy Teeter, curator of archaeology at the Fowler Museum at UCLA
- Nancy Mithlo, professor of gender studies in the UCLA College
- Andrew Meyer, visiting graduate researcher in the UCLA Latin American Institute
- Mercedes Dorame, Tongva artist
All are welcome to attend the light welcome reception an hour before the event. To make a reservation visit the Fowler Museum website.