Counterculture: Rose B. Simpson and Monique Tyndall in conversation
Join artist Rose B. Simpson in conversation with Monique Tyndall, Director of Cultural Affairs, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohicans, at the Williams College Museum of Art.
Rose B. Simpson (Santa Clara Pueblo, b. 1983), Counterculture, 2022. Dyed concrete, steel, clay and cable. Twelve sculptures, 128 x 24 x 11 inches each. Courtesy of the artist, Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, and Jack Shainman Gallery. Installation in progress (detail). Photo: Christine Granet / The Trustees
Together, they will discuss Simpson’s Counterculture, a monumental public sculpture on view at Field Farm—The Trustees’ 2022 Art & the Landscape commission—as well as the enduring presence and engagement of the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians on their homelands, and in relationship to this project.
This conversation is free and open to all, and is co-sponsored by The Trustees, Forge Project, and Williams College Museum of Art. Registration is encouraged but not required. Sign up via The Trustees website here.