di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art
Napa, California

To support the final two sessions in June and October 2024 of the multipart convening Towards an Archaeology of the Future, co-organized by the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center (CIMCC), and independent curator Gavin Kroeber. Native land stewards, fire ecologists, landscape architects, fire managers, art historians, eco-humanities scholars, survivor community members, environmental justice activists, and contemporary artists will gather to respond to Northern California’s wildfire crisis. The program includes expert-led fire ecology walks, Native land site visits, artist-led field exercises, film screenings, prescribed fire workshops, and roundtables on eco-art, decolonization, and posthumanism. Each session features public programs at the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art and CIMCC.

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