A Relationship Through Process: A Healed Wound
An art faculty talk with Professor Noelle Garcia
Noelle Garcia is an artist who focuses on themes of identity, family history, and recovered narratives in her work. She is an indigenous artist from the Klamath, Modoc, and Paiute tribes from Oregon and Nevada. Noelle believes one's identity grows from the history of one's family and location. Her goal is to relearn histories and practices that have been lost through relocation and assimilation in order to build a strong support for future generations. In this effort, she becomes whole and resists erasure. Through telling family histories, she asserts power in a narrative where indigenous people are often ommited.
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