Jordan Konek from the Nanisiniq Arviat History Project films Yup’ik Elders sewing at the Inuit Studies conference in Washington DC. The Nanisiniq team is working with Yup’ik youth Abby Moses of the Yup’ik Elders project to share their approaches to digital media storytelling. Learn more about the Yup’ik Elders project at yupikelders.org
Jordan Konek, Amy Owingayak and Curtis Kuunuaq Konek (l-r.) from the Nanisiniq team take a break to tour the Smithsonian Museums at the 18th annual Inuit Studies Conference in Washington DC
At the office of Ashoka: Innovators for the Public after our presentation on the Nanisiniq Arviat History Project.
Check out our slide deck here: http://nanisiniq.tumblr.com/post/34410822184/ashoka-presentation-filming-for-our-future
Presented in Arlington Virginia at the office of Ashoka: Innovators for the Public on October 26 2012
We’re on the road again! The Nanisiniq team preparing the Inuit Studies conference, held October 24-28th at the Smithsonian in Washington DC.
To get in touch with us while in DC, please come to our presentation “Piliriqatigiinniq Working Together: Making the Past Present: Inuit Youth, History, Culture & New Social Media” at 10:15am on Friday October 26th in Ripley 3035 or contact us at email@example.com or by Twitter at @NanisiniqArviat
See you in the capital!