The first event in the 2022 Coexistence and Regeneration Lecture Series, presented by Pine Meadow Ranch for Arts and Agriculture and The Roundhouse Foundation, features three speakers who will cover topics related to connecting history, living culture and ecology.
Rebecca Dobkins, Professor of Anthropology and American Ethnic Studies, Willamette University, and Curator of Indigenous Art, Hallie Ford Museum of Art, will speak on “Imagining Indigenous Futures” which will explore movements or environmental protection, climate change, and adaptive design led by Indigenous peoples. Erin Moore, AIA, Professor, Department of Architecture and Environmental Studies Program at the University of Oregon will present “Design and the More-Than-Human” which covers recent work that explores the architectural space of fossil fuel consumption, biodiversity, and climate justice in consideration of design for the more-than-human. Colin Fogarty, Executive Director of Confluence, will speak on “Confluences of Columbia River history” drawing on his organization’s mission to connect people to the history, living cultures and ecology of the Columbia River system through Indigenous voices.
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**Listing photo courtesy of Erin Moore.