Reservation Mathematics: Navigating Love in Native America with Tailyr Irvine

Reservation Mathematics: Navigating Love in Native America with Tailyr Irvine

Developing Stories - Native Photographers in the Field

📷: Nizhóní Ajéí Irvine in Ronan, Montana. Photo by Tailyr Irvine

Tailyr Irvine presents “Reservation Mathematics: Navigating Love in Native America” as part of the Traveler’s Rest State Park’s Winter Storytelling series. The Travelers’ Rest State Park’s Winter Storytelling speakers reflect on the theme of Reimagining America as they share stories and histories via Zoom on Saturdays at 11 a.m.  The theme is drawn from the exhibit, Reimagining America: the Maps of Lewis and Clark, on display  January 9—March 6 during regular Visitor Center hours.

About the Presenter:

Tailyr Irvine is a Salish and Kootenai independent photojournalist from the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana. She currently works from Missoula, Montana, and Florida.

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Date

Jan 30 2021

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11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Zoom

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Zoom

Location 2

Virtual Event
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