A Living Archive of Urban Indians utilizes mapping, public art, and urban exploration to present the historic legacy of downtown architectural landmarks for and about Urban Indians in Albuquerque. With A Living Archive of Urban Indians, the Indigenous Design and Planning Institute (iD+Pi), the Downtown Albuquerque Arts & Cultural District, and community partners will showcase the rich history of Urban Indians.
Join us for the culmination of the project at FREE public performances on Friday, August 2nd! Performances will begin at the KiMo Theater at 8pm, with audiences being led on foot to the Alvarado Transportation Center for a second performance, and ending at Tricklock Theater with a reception and refreshments.
Note that these performances will be outside with projection on nearby buildings. Audiences will walk to each location. If you need alternate transportation, please contact email@example.com two weeks in advance of the performance so we can make arrangements.
Additional community partners for this project include: the Native American Voters Alliance, Native American Community Academy, Native Realities, Tricklock Theatre Company, Space Analysis, and 88 Block Walks. This project is made possible with generous support from the PNM Resources Foundation.