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Tomashi Jackson, Among Heirs (Niamuck and Azurest), 2021 (detail). Acrylic and wampum dust on canvas, cotton textiles, and paper bags with archival prints on PVC marine vinyl mounted on a handcrafted walnut awning structure with brass hooks and grommets Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni.
 Transformed halftone line image painted on substrate: Ethan Smith, Kelly Dennis, Peter Smith Jr., gathered at the Hunter-Silva home (Ma’s House), 1991. Photo: Denise Silva-Dennis. Courtesy Silva-Dennis Family Archive. Cropped halftone line image printed on PVC marine vinyl: Group on Azurest Beach, Sag Harbor, NY, date unknown. Courtesy Eastville Community Historical Society Collection.


Panel & Round Table | Reflections from The Land Claim Collaborators

In the Lichtenstein Theater & Livestreamed

October 29, 6 pm - 8 pm

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FOLLOWED BY A LIGHT RECEPTION

Spend an evening with some of the artists, historians, keepers of heritage, and advocates who generously contributed the stories and images of their families and communities to Tomashi Jackson’s The Land Claim exhibition and helped unearth many untold stories of communities of color on the East End. Join us in the Theater for an illustrated panel as they bring to life the people in the images that informed Jackson’s paintings—documenting family and community life, moments of struggle and celebration, work and everyday life, public spaces, and historical sites.
Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim is a multipart exhibition centered on the historic and contemporary lived experiences of Indigenous, Black, and Latinx families on the East End of Long Island, on view at the Museum through November 7.

 

Bonnie Cannon | Executive Director of the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center (BHCCRC)

Jeremy Dennis | Fine art photographer and Shinnecock Indian Nation member

Kelly Dennis | Attorney specializing in Federal Indian law and Secretary of the Shinnecock Council of Trustees

Dr. Georgette Grier-Key | Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Eastville Community Historical Society

Minerva Perez| Executive Director of OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) of Eastern Long Island

Tela Loretta Troge | Attorney and counselor at law

Richard “Juni” Wingfield | A long-time community liaison for the Southampton School District

We thank Donnamarie Barnes, Curator, and Archivist for Sylvester Manor Educational Farm in Shelter Island, who cannot be with us that evening.

This indoor event requires all attendees to show proof of their vaccination status or recent negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours. Medical-grade face masks must be worn at all times and will be provided to anyone who needs one. To expedite your check-in process, you may email proof of vaccine to healthfirst@parrishart.org  with the event title in your subject line.

 

Details

Date:
October 29
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
Phone:
631-283-2118
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Panel & Round Table | Reflections from The Land Claim Collaborators

In the Lichtenstein Theater & Livestreamed

October 29, 6 pm - 8 pm

TICKETS   LIVESTREAM

FOLLOWED BY A LIGHT RECEPTION

Spend an evening with some of the artists, historians, keepers of heritage, and advocates who generously contributed the stories and images of their families and communities to Tomashi Jackson’s The Land Claim exhibition and helped unearth many untold stories of communities of color on the East End. Join us in the Theater for an illustrated panel as they bring to life the people in the images that informed Jackson’s paintings—documenting family and community life, moments of struggle and celebration, work and everyday life, public spaces, and historical sites.
Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim is a multipart exhibition centered on the historic and contemporary lived experiences of Indigenous, Black, and Latinx families on the East End of Long Island, on view at the Museum through November 7.

 

Bonnie Cannon | Executive Director of the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center (BHCCRC)

Jeremy Dennis | Fine art photographer and Shinnecock Indian Nation member

Kelly Dennis | Attorney specializing in Federal Indian law and Secretary of the Shinnecock Council of Trustees

Dr. Georgette Grier-Key | Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Eastville Community Historical Society

Minerva Perez| Executive Director of OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) of Eastern Long Island

Tela Loretta Troge | Attorney and counselor at law

Richard “Juni” Wingfield | A long-time community liaison for the Southampton School District

We thank Donnamarie Barnes, Curator, and Archivist for Sylvester Manor Educational Farm in Shelter Island, who cannot be with us that evening.

This indoor event requires all attendees to show proof of their vaccination status or recent negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours. Medical-grade face masks must be worn at all times and will be provided to anyone who needs one. To expedite your check-in process, you may email proof of vaccine to healthfirst@parrishart.org  with the event title in your subject line.