Black White Blue Yellow, the immersive four-channel video and sound installation by artist Steven Yazzie (Navajo/Laguna/European) returns to the museum. The exhibition explores the four sacred mountains that surround the Diné/Navajo people:
BWBY is a journey and departure to sacred land and space, the source of cultural continuities: indigenous knowledge, mystery, discovery, fear, connection, and exploitation by contemporary societies. BWBY is a culmination of video and sound documentation that will bring the viewer into the complexities of these geographies in a temporal conceptual experience, designed to touch on the mountain’s symbolic nature residing deep within our human memory.
Join Rooted Community Yoga Project in the Jacobson Gallery every 2nd and 4th Saturday through October 14 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. for guided yoga practice surrounded by Steven Yazzie’s installation, Black White Blue Yellow (BWBY). All levels welcome. Yogis who bring their own mat for the class receive 2-for-1 general admission to the museum. Museum members attend for free.
Space is limited so reserve your place today by clicking on the date above that you plan to attend.
Please consult a medical professional before you begin any new exercise routine. Participants attend the class at their own risk.