The Process is the Artform: Jacob Boheme and Larissa FastHorse in Conversation
In this exclusive conversation for APAM, First Nations practitioners Jacob Boheme and Larissa FastHorse discuss their process for working across generations in the communities they serve through their artistic work, their roles as artists working with First Nations communities, and the importance of contemporary arts projects in facilitating intergenerational knowledge transfer.
Within the multigenerational frame First Nations practitioners are leaders, and their practice is central to APAM’s core principles. Thus this closing conversation marks the way in which artists and communities are held in a reciprocal way which is key to generating ongoing knowledge and connection. This discussion between two extraordinary artists’ expansive yet considered approaches to practice serve as a solid pathway on how to lead with community on country.
Date Monday 24 May 2021
Time 9:30 – 10:30 ACST
Duration 60 mins
This session will be broadcast on APAM’s digital platform on 24 May at 9:30 ACST. Afterwards it will be available to view on demand until 4 June.