Water as community, water as kin: A celebration of Indigenous relationship to waterways in Teejop and everywhere
When: Saturday, March 26 | 2-4 p.m.
Where: Shop One building, Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District, 1610 Moorland Rd. Enter at Gate 2.
A celebration of Indigenous relationship to waterways in Teejop and everywhere
- Jonjon Greendeer, Ho Chunk Health and Wellness Coordinator
- Anastasia Adams, Yup’ik educator and performer
More events coming soon!
Water is finite. We can’t create more of it. All water is connected. We all live, work and play in the same watershed. By changing the way we think about and use water, we have the power to improve the quality of life on our planet. Be leaders. Respect every drop of water.
This residency is the first of a series of Catalytic Projects for the District & Shop One. Design of this residency was supported by the US Water Alliance Arts & Culture Accelerator program. Community members served as creative collaboration advisors to guide development of this residency and other catalytic projects.