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News Gallery talk: “The Politics of Hunting in the Arctic”

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A flyer for the talk featuring a work from the exhibition. It’s a drawing of a snowy landscape, with individuals wearing parkas are hiding behind an igloo. There are sled dogs around them and what appears to be a white wolf running by the front of the igloo.

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Doctoral student Zoë Wray will deliver a gallery talk on Thursday, September 20 at 12:15pm in Old College Gallery. “The Politics of Hunting in the Arctic” will examine works in the exhibition, “‘The World is Following Its People’: Indigenous Art and Arctic Ecology.” The exhibition was organized by a curatorial collective, which included Wray, as part of a course taught by Dr. Jessica L. Horton in the spring of 2018. Accompanying the exhibition is a website featuring essays by the curators. Wray was also a Museums intern this summer, where she worked to finalize the planning and implementation of this exhibition. 

The talk is free and open to the public. 

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Doctoral student Zoë Wray will deliver a talk in coordination with the exhibition “The World is Following Its People.”

Doctoral student Zoë Wray will deliver a talk in coordination with the exhibition “The World is Following Its People.” 

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