As Crow Flies CounterclockwiseAs Crow Flies Counterclockwisehttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/261200/1408111200Magill Sharpless Gallery2014-08-15T10:00:002014-08-15T18:00:00
August 15, 10:00AM–6:00PM
Magill Sharpless Gallery
An exhibition by Pato Hebert, Mellon Creative Residence, in collaboration with Shelley DePaui, Chief of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania and Instructor of Lenape Language at Swarthmore College
"As Crow Flies Counterclockwise"
April 10–August 29, 2014
Sharpless Gallery, Magill Library
Monday–Thursday: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Note: Magill Library will close at noon on Friday, June 6 and be closed for the day on Friday, July 4.
The Lenape are the traditional people of this land. Their ancestral homelands stretch from what is now known as southern New York to Delaware, Eastern Pennsylvania to the New Jersey Shore.
This exhibition arises from the traditional Lenape prophecy of The Fourth Crow, which tells a story of harmony, contact, suffering, survival, and resilient resurgence. As you navigate the gallery space in a counterclockwise fashion, moving from east to north to west to south, you are guided by this prophecy and the movement of the crows. It is a journey of language and translation, loss and remembering, playfulness and resilience, reckoning and encounter.
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