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Stream our 7 events and shows here!

This showcase features work by artists and thinkers who continue to remind me of the strength of our spirits during uncertain times — for Native folks disease and epidemics are nothing new. There is strength in diversity and First Peoples’ knowledge is as wide as the sky.

— Maria Hupfield, Curator

  • Korina Emmerich | Mother of Waters Fall 2020 Collection
  • Pamela J. Peters | "Real NDNZ 'Re-take' Hollywood"
  • Kali Spitzer | "An Exploration of Resilience and Resistance"
  • Dennis Redmoon Darkeem | "Protect Your Neck 2020"
  • Charlene Teters | "Way of Sorrows"
  • Jason Lujan | "Untitled (Summer Star)"
  • Walter Scott | "Wendy"
  • Velma Kee Craig | Textile Work
  • Leanna Marshall | "Giigoon and the BadAss Vest"
  • Laakkuluk Williamson-Bathory | "Blood Clots" + "Braided Intestine"
  • Indigenous Kinship Collective | Interviews

First Peoples Week is The Greene Space’s first-ever multi-day celebration centering Indigenous communities in and out of NYC. Our mission is to provide meaningful space for Indigenous artists, organizers and thinkers to lead the conversation, and offer insights into their histories, cultures, concerns and visions for the future.

This virtual exhibit will remain live until October 10, 2021.

Stream our 7 events and shows here!

The Greene Space would like to acknowledge that we are on Lenapehoking, the traditional and unceded land of the Lenape People, past and present. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Lenape, who continue to honor and bring to light their heritage and contributions.

First Peoples Week title art design by Ryan RedCorn of Buffalo Nickel Creative