Join Lanesboro Arts for the Capstone for Artist-in-Residence Sequoia Hauck on Friday, September 29th from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at Gateway Park. Sequoia will share reflections on their residency, and how community members contributed to the cloth river installation. Participants in the Capstone will also have a chance to interact with the cloth river at this event.
During their residency, Sequoia plans to install a cloth river installation that will invite the community to remember and reconnect with the ancestor water. They will offer opportunities to contemplate and explore the personal and collective meanings of water through both conversation and artistic elaboration on the installation.
Sequoia Hauck (they/them) is a queer, non-binary, trans, two-spirit, Anishinaabe and Hupa filmmaker and interdisciplinary performance artist and director who creates work that explores ways to indigenized the process of art-making. Their work weaves Indigenous epistemologies, queer identity and the exploration/possibilities of Indigenous futurism. They make art surrounding the narratives of continuation and resiliency among their communities. They are a graduate from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with a B.A. in American Indian Studies. Sequoia has worked on and offstage with organizations such as Aniccha Arts, Art Shanty Projects, Exposed Brick Theatre, The Jungle Theater, Māoriland Film Festival, An Opera Theatre (AOT), Pangea World Theater, Patrick’s Cabaret, Poetry and Pie, Rosy Simas Danse, The Southern Theater, Taja Will Ensemble and Turtle Theater Collective. Sequoia is a 2023 Jerome Hill Artist Fellow and First Peoples Fund Cultural Capital Fellow as well as an Aniccha Arts Artistic Associate. www.sequoiahauck.com
This event is free. The Lanesboro Artist Residency Program is supported by the Jerome Foundation.