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On This Site in ISLAA NYC Publication

Thank you @islaanyc for featuring the @onthissite project in ‘REVISITING THE POTOSÍ PRINCIPLE ARCHIVE: HISTORIES OF ART AND EXTRACTION’ publication. Contributed text and imagery in awareness of the Hawthorne Road desecration in the Shinnecock Hills in 2018 and the failure of New York State to preserve unmarked Graves on private property (both colonial and Indigenous burial sites). In 2023 a billed was finally passed to protect these sites from desecration by private developers. You can check out more info about the in-person exhibit related to the booklet curated by Olivia Casa & Pujan Karambeigi here! https://islaa.org/exhibitions/oct-2023-revisiting-the-potosi-principle-archive

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On This Site – Native Long Island with Artist Jeremy Dennis at The Leiber Collection

Join us for a captivating afternoon with visual artist Jeremy Dennis as he presents and signs copies of the second edition of his acclaimed book, “On This Site – Native Long Island.” Delve into Long Island’s rich Native history through Dennis’s mesmerizing 2016 photo series, brought to life in this beautifully updated edition. Immerse yourself in the stories of the land and its people through his stunning photography and profound narrative. Dennis is a contemporary fine art photographer, a Tribal Member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, and lead artist and founder of the non-profit Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, Inc. on the Shinnecock Reservation. His work explores Indigenous identity, culture, and assimilation from the perspective of an Indigenous artist. From Jeremy: “My photography explores indigenous identity, cultural assimilation, and the ancestral traditional practices of my tribe, the Shinnecock Indian Nation. Though science has solved many questions about natural phenomena,

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Native American History All Year Long – Riverhead Library Presentation

SAVE THE DATE! We are excited to announce our first Native American History Event titled ‘Native American History All Year Long’ coined by Jeremy Dennis who is a contemporary fine art photographer, historian, an enrolled Tribal Member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation in Southampton, NY, and lead artist and founder of the non-profit Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, Inc. on the Shinnecock Reservation. In his work, he explores Indigenous identity, culture, and assimilation. Come out and support next Thursday, 12/7/2023 at 5:30pm, Riverhead Free Library, 300 Court Street, Riverhead. Downstairs Stage Room. Learn about Native American heritage from our local indigenous community tribal members through lecture, video, dance, song and drum. Crystal Treadwell aka Princess Naqúut Wusqhun, Unkechaug Indian Nation is our Mistress of Ceremony. Come, listen and learn. Native Song provided by Jeffrey Pegram from the Shinnecock Nation who travels around the Country singing Traditional and Contemporary Native American Music. He is a Guest

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On This Site at Hampton Library Nov 1 – 30 2023

Dates: November 1 – 30, 2023 Location: Geri Bauer Gallery at Hampton Library 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 Opening Reception: Saturday, November 4th, 2023 Time: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Description: Join us for a captivating journey through the rich cultural and historical landscape of Long Island with “On This Site,” a solo exhibit by renowned Native American artist Jeremy Dennis. Presented at the Geri Bauer Gallery at Hampton Library, this immersive exhibition runs from November 1st to November 30th, 2023, offering a unique opportunity to explore the Native Long Island experience through Jeremy Dennis’s powerful lens. Jeremy Dennis, an indigenous artist and member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, skillfully combines photography, storytelling, and artistry to shed light on the often-overlooked history, stories, and traditions of the indigenous peoples of Long Island. Dennis captures the essence of these sacred sites through his lens and brings their histories to life,

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