Join us to learn more about Asa Wright’s use of cultural art as an act of resistance and resilience. Hands on project will be part of this workshop.
Thursday, February 16, 2017 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Please note that space is limited at this event and is first come, first serve on seating and supplies. For accomodations related to abilities, please contact Luhui Whitebear-Cupp at 541-737-9036 or
More about Asa:
Asa Wright, Klamath/Modoc, Artist|Activist
Asa is from Chiloquin, OR but has called Portland home for the last 15 years with his amazing daughter and pup. He earned his MFA in Collaborative Design at PNCA last May. He believes in culture as
prevention and has focused his work on redesigning Tribal communities through cultural preservation.
Asa traveled to Standing Rock in October and again in November and stayed just short of 2 months. He stood on the front lines for water and tribal sovereignty. He was also able to work with the
Indigenous Peoples Power Project in creating art for action, which became the visual voice for the Mni Wiconi movement.