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spencer@aicchicago.org 

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June 2019 

American Indian Center Smoke Signals Newsletter

 

 
Congratulations
to our very own
Heather Miller!

 

 
...for being one of fourteen community-focused leaders to receive the inaugural Leaders for a New Chicago award from the Field Foundation. The award recognizes emerging and established leaders in their communities, professional fields, or interest areas who reflect the city as a whole and work to build a more equitable Chicago.

 
Click here to learn more about the 
2019 Leaders for New Chicago.

 
 

 
Congratulations to Chris Pappan...

 
for being selected to the New Monuments for New Cities project.  This is a multi city public art installation, hosted by: Austin, Chicago, Houston, New York and Toronto.  Chris is honored to be one of the artists representing the city of Chicago with his piece titled 
Land Acknowledgement Memorial!

 

 
Click here to learn more about the
 New Monuments for New Cities Project.

 

 
Visit the AIC First Voice Gallery to view Modern TRADITIONS, a group show curated by Chris.

 
 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 
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AIC Public Art Programs

 
 
Modern TRADITIONS
Open through June 28th
@ AIC Gallery, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
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Call for Curators and Exhibit Porposals

 

 
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AIC Summer Youth Apprenticeships

 

 
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Family Event
Everyone Invited!

 

 
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AIC Education

 
 

 

 
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PROJECT BEACON

 
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Community Events
 

 

 
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66th Annual Chicago Powwow
Committee Meeting

 
NEXT MEETING

 
July 3rd @ 6pm

 
@ AIC - 3401 West Ainslie Street
Chicago, Illinois 60625

 
 
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Research Participant Recruitment

 
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We at AIC want to let you know about research led by Professor Doug Medin at Northwestern University. His study team is doing research about the natural world in a study called Cultural Processes in Learning About Ecosystems. They are interested in what people think about ecological relationships and how that is affected by their culture.
 
The research team is looking for children in grades 2 - 5 to participate in a research interview that involves looking at pictures, sorting them and talking about them. The interview takes about an hour long and pays $40.
 
If you are a parent/guardian of a child in 2 - 5 and are interested in participating or have any other questions please contact Forrest Bruce at forrest.bruce@northwestern.edu. If you know of someone who might be interested in participating, the study team would appreciate it if you could spread the word. Please feel free to forward this email to friends or family who might want to take part in this research opportunity.
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STEAM Summer Camp

 
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Inquiries are now being accepted for this year's Indigenous STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Summer Camp. We'll be connecting with the land and waters through Indigenous stories, art, technologies and sciences. This is a free intergenerational camp for kids grades 1-12, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and facilitated by Northwestern University. Snacks, and lunch provided.
 
Camp dates are:
August 12th - 16th
Dropoff time: 8am-9am
Pickup time: 4:30pm-5:30pm
 
Camp location: North Park Village Nature Center (5801 N Pulaski Rd)

 

 
Please fill out this inquiry form if you are interested and we will send out registration forms soon.
 
 

 
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A Call for Cast and Crew

 
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Auditions for the play
"Romance Language"
 
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American Indian Center
Chicago, Illinois
est. 1953
American Indian Center, 3401 West Ainslie Street, Chicago, IL 60625
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Chicago, Illinois
 
  
                              
                              
IN THIS ISSUE
CONTACT US
  

 
American Indian Center
3401 West Ainslie Street
Chicago, Illinois 60625

773.275.5871

 

Website

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

Yazzie

 

 

 

 

Submit Your Events

 

 

If you are an AIC Member (i.e. individual, organization or corporate) and would like us to announce your events, please submit JPG and PDF documents that include

location/date/time/contact person by Monday, June 10th to Dave Spencer at:

 

spencer@aicchicago.org 

Subject: Smoke Signals 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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June 2019 

American Indian Center Smoke Signals Newsletter

 

 
Congratulations
to our very own
Heather Miller!

 

 
...for being one of fourteen community-focused leaders to receive the inaugural Leaders for a New Chicago award from the Field Foundation. The award recognizes emerging and established leaders in their communities, professional fields, or interest areas who reflect the city as a whole and work to build a more equitable Chicago.

 
Click here to learn more about the 
2019 Leaders for New Chicago.

 
 

 
Congratulations to Chris Pappan...

 
for being selected to the New Monuments for New Cities project.  This is a multi city public art installation, hosted by: Austin, Chicago, Houston, New York and Toronto.  Chris is honored to be one of the artists representing the city of Chicago with his piece titled 
Land Acknowledgement Memorial!

 

 
Click here to learn more about the
 New Monuments for New Cities Project.

 

 
Visit the AIC First Voice Gallery to view Modern TRADITIONS, a group show curated by Chris.

 
 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 
Click here for larger image

 
 
Click here for larger image

 
 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
AIC Public Art Programs

 
 
Modern TRADITIONS
Open through June 28th
@ AIC Gallery, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 
Call for Curators and Exhibit Porposals

 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 
AIC Summer Youth Apprenticeships

 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
Family Event
Everyone Invited!

 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
AIC Education

 
 

 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 
 

 
PROJECT BEACON

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
Community Events
 

 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 

 
Click here for larger image
______________________

 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
66th Annual Chicago Powwow
Committee Meeting

 
NEXT MEETING

 
July 3rd @ 6pm

 
@ AIC - 3401 West Ainslie Street
Chicago, Illinois 60625

 
 
Click here for larger image

 
 
 
Research Participant Recruitment

 
Click here for larger image

 

 
We at AIC want to let you know about research led by Professor Doug Medin at Northwestern University. His study team is doing research about the natural world in a study called Cultural Processes in Learning About Ecosystems. They are interested in what people think about ecological relationships and how that is affected by their culture.
 
The research team is looking for children in grades 2 - 5 to participate in a research interview that involves looking at pictures, sorting them and talking about them. The interview takes about an hour long and pays $40.
 
If you are a parent/guardian of a child in 2 - 5 and are interested in participating or have any other questions please contact Forrest Bruce at forrest.bruce@northwestern.edu. If you know of someone who might be interested in participating, the study team would appreciate it if you could spread the word. Please feel free to forward this email to friends or family who might want to take part in this research opportunity.
______________

 
STEAM Summer Camp

 
Click here  for larger image

 
Inquiries are now being accepted for this year's Indigenous STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Summer Camp. We'll be connecting with the land and waters through Indigenous stories, art, technologies and sciences. This is a free intergenerational camp for kids grades 1-12, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and facilitated by Northwestern University. Snacks, and lunch provided.
 
Camp dates are:
August 12th - 16th
Dropoff time: 8am-9am
Pickup time: 4:30pm-5:30pm
 
Camp location: North Park Village Nature Center (5801 N Pulaski Rd)

 

 
Please fill out this inquiry form if you are interested and we will send out registration forms soon.
 
 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

A Call for Cast and Crew

 
 
Click here  for larger image
 

 
Click here for larger image

 
 

 
Auditions for the play
"Romance Language"
 
Click here for larger image

 
 
 
  
 
American Indian Center
Chicago, Illinois
est. 1953
 

 

 

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