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Spring 2014 Calendar of Events

 

Wednesday, February 5 and Thursday, February 6
*“Connecting Our Past to the Future”: Native American Winter Storytelling Series
1:00 – 3:00 pm  |  Corporate Study Room, Parrish Library, Krannert

Storytelling plays a vital role with maintaining the oral traditions of Native American tribes and for many, winter is the only time to recount the legends and stories. Come spend an afternoon with Native American educators, elders, and Purdue students as they share their stories from their tribes.

Thursday, February 13 
*NAECC Movie Night: Before Tomorrow 
6:00 – 7:30 pm  |  STEW 314

A drama film focused on a small Inuit community in northern Quebec demonstrating the challenges women face in the Artic. This film is co-produced by Igloolik Isuma Productions and the first film written and directed by Arnait Video Production women’s collective, dedicated to filming Inuit women’s stories. Featuring Inuktitut language with English subtitles. 2010. Rated PG (Candian)-Mature theme, not recommended for young children. Run time: 93 minutes. 

Friday, February 14 
*NAECC Souper Friday 
12:00 – 1:00 pm  |  NAECC

Looking for a place to have lunch? Stop by the NAECC for hot soup, bread, and good company. 

Thursday, February 20  
*NAECC Craft Circle  
3:00 – 5:00 pm  |  NAECC

Take part in this interactive arts and craft session lead by a local Native American artist. Join this circle of Purdue students, faculty and staff and Learn about different traditions behind the artwork. Reservations are required, naecc@purdue.edu 

Friday, February 28 
*NAECC Souper Friday 
12:00 – 1:00 pm  |  NAECC

Looking for a place to have lunch? Stop by the NAECC for some hot soup, bread, and good company. 

*NAECC Spring Artist-in-Residence Program

Tuesday, March 4
Artist Reception and Gallery Show
4:00 – 6:00 pm  |  NAECC

Wednesday, March 5
Art Demonstration and Lecture Presentation
2:00 – 3:30 and 6:00 – 7:00 pm  |  STEW 314

A two day residency program designed to expose the Purdue community to the diversity in Native American artwork.  

Thursday, March 13  
*NAECC Movie Night: Barking Water
6:00 – 7:30 pm  |  STEW 314

An independent film about an Oklahoma Native who is gravely ill and on the road to reconnect and seeking forgiveness from his family. A film by Native American director Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Muscogee Creek). 2009. Film not rated. Run time: 78 minutes. 

Friday, March 14 
*NAECC Souper Friday 
Noon – 1:00 pm  |  NAECC

Looking for a place to have lunch? Stop by the NAECC for hot soup, bread, and good company. 

Thursday, March 27
*NAECC Craft Circle
3:00 – 5:00 pm  |   NAECC

Take part in this interactive arts and craft session lead by a local Native American artist. Join this circle of Purdue students, faculty and staff and Learn about different traditions behind the artwork. Reservations are required, naecc@purdue.edu 

Friday, March 28
*NAECC Souper Friday
Noon – 1:00 pm  |  NAECC

Looking for a place to have lunch? Stop by the NAECC for hot soup, bread, and good company. 

Thursday, April 3
*NAECC Movie Night:  Up Heartbreak Hill
6:00 – 7:30 pm  |  STEW 314

A documentary film centered on the lives of three Navajo teenagers living in a New Mexico reservation community and the issues they face with deciding whether to stay in their homeland or pursue a college education off the reservation. 2011. Film not rated. Run time: 84 minutes.

Friday, April 11
*NAECC Souper Friday 
Noon – 1:00 pm  |  NAECC

Looking for a place to have lunch? Stop by the NAECC for hot soup, bread, and good company. 

Thursday, April 17 
*NAECC Craft Circle
3:00 – 5:00 pm  |  NAECC

Take part in this interactive arts and craft session lead by a local Native American artist. Join this circle of Purdue students, faculty and staff and Learn about different traditions behind the artwork. Reservations are required, naecc@purdue.edu 

Friday, April 25
*NAECC Souper Friday 
Noon – 1:00 pm  |  NAECC

Looking for a place to have lunch? Stop by the NAECC for hot soup, bread, and good company. 

 

*Denotes NAECC Events