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April 15 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join us as for a panel discussion with five different Native artists from various Tribes to discuss the Native Resonance cohort and their Traditional art practices. Through engaging discussions led by Shayna Hobbs, NAIA Arts & Education Outreach Lead, we will delve into the importance of preserving Indigenous traditions, languages, and arts.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to connect with experts and gain valuable insights. The community is welcomed to join in person at TSU’s Space for New Media or virtually though the Zoom link.

Let’s celebrate Native Resonance together!

For those visiting TSU in person, please use the following directions from TSU:

Elliott Hall is located on the back side of Tennessee State University main campus. From I-40 East, take a Right on 28th Ave/Ed Temple then Left on Walter S Davis. Left on 39th Ave N, Left on John L Driver Ave, past the guard station, Left on 37th Ave N.
Parking is lots K and L. If you enter Elliott Hall from the front of building and proceed to back right side, past the Hiram Van Gordon Gallery will be Space for New Media.
For handicap/accessible entrance from 37th Ave N. take a Right behind Elliott Hall, you will continue up the left (towards the new Health Science Building) halfway between the two buildings is a large sidewalk. You can park on the drive and load out at the sidewalk; the gallery door is the white ramp in front of you down the sidewalk.


Native American Indian Association


Tennessee State University – Space for New Media
1108 37th Ave N
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
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