Two American Indian Women activist stand, cross-armed and empowered against a late model sedan with sticker(s) Indian Power on it

Film Screening: Warrior Women

The Peabody Award-nominated film, Warrior Women (2018) documenting multiple generations of Native American women activists, will be presented in a special screening by the Coleman Center.  This virtual event is FREE. Folks will have access to the film for four (4) days from March 7-11, 2021, including pre-recorded Q&A with filmmaker co-directors Christina D. King and Elizabeth A. Castle. Link …

Film Screening: Cane Fire

This virtual event is FREE. You will have access HERE to the film from February 7, 2021, to February 10, 2021, including a pre-recorded Q&A with filmmaker Anthony Banua-Simon. Called one of 2020’s most exciting documentary films by IndieWire, Cane Fire will be presented in a special screening by the Coleman Center for the Arts. The Hawaiian island of Kauai …

Michael Ross: Solo Exhibition

Artist Micheal Ross’ solo exhibition – which includes drawings, paintings, collage, and textile sculptures – serves as a summary of his work from the early 1990s to the present; his practice is influenced by his roots in Mississippi and time living in San Francisco, California. Ross’ work frequently pictures abstracted, anthropomorphic houses. The artist has worked with this particular iconography …