Join performance artist Dakota Camacho's live Q&A event on the 23rd of March.
Discover more about Dakota’s new film ETAK - built on the idea of micronesian navigational techniques.
Born, raised, and based in Coast Salish Territory, Dakota Camacho is a Matao/CHamoru multi-disciplinary artist / researcher working in spaces of indigenous life ways, performance, musical composition, community engagement, and education.
The Q&A will explore Dakota Camacho’s new film- ETAK; triangulating our relationship through time, past, present, future, always transforming.
In this live conversation Dakota will unfold meanings behind the poetry and visuals in the film and will break down the pillars of their culture and how they access in performance and life, including the terms Ináfa’maolek, inágofli’e, & ináguaiya.
The film ETAK is available to be watched before the Q&A and will be available on the sttlmnt website -www.sttlmnt.org- from the 13th of March together with the exclusive premiere of a pre-recorded live zoom event hosted on the video premiere date (15th of March 2021-60 mins). The zoom recording will feature seven performance artists, cultural bearers and scholars with global ties in indigeneity, tuning in from Micronesia and throughout North America.
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