This event is taking place online only.
Join us for a Virtual Coffee @ Ten with MSU Museum's Marsha MacDowell.
MacDowell’s work is grounded in an interdisciplinary approach to material culture and is informed primarily by art historical, folkloristic, and ethnographic theories and methodologies.
She describes herself as a folklorist/educator/art historian/curator. The majority of her work has been developed and implemented in collaboration with representatives of the communities affiliated with the foci of projects.
During this presentation, Marsha will discuss Michigan State University Museum's Anishinaabe Collection—several pieces of which are on display in Crooked Tree Arts Center's exhibition, Kindred: Traditional Arts of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians
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