The turning circle

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The turning circle
Session 3
Chair Preston Singletary (Tlingit artist)
14:30 One collection, many perspectives. The Johan Adrian Jacobsen Collection
in the future Humboldt Forum in Berlin
Viola König, Director, Ethnologisches Museum in Berlin
15:00 Creating Mutual Heritage. North American Collections and St. Petersburg Kunstkamera
Yuri Christov, Director, and Julia Kupina, Deputy Director, Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), Saint Petersburg
15:30 Beyond the partnership, the dialogue between Boulogne and Kodiak
Céline Ramio, Director, musée de Boulogne-sur-mer and April Laktonen Counceller, Director of the Alutiiq Museum
16:00 Coffee break
Session 4
Chair Marie Mauzé (CNRS)
16:15 Two Museums for one Heritage. A Comparative Perspective on the Aleut
Collections from Unga Island
Marie-Amélie Salabelle, Affiliate researcher, Laboratoire d'anthropologie sociale, Claire Alix ,Assistant professor, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
16:45 Displaying Heritage and Identity at Sealaska Heritage Institute
Chuck Smythe, History and Culture Director, Sealaska Heritage Institute, Juneau
17:15 Discussion
International symposium:
The turning circle
Boulogne-sur-Mer, June 25th
Paris, june 27th 2016
Organizers : Céline Ramio, director, Musée de
Boulogne-sur Mer, Aron Crowell, Alaska director, Arctic
Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution at Anchorage,
and Marie Mauzé, Senior Researcher, Laboratoire
d’anthropologie sociale (CDF-CNRS-EHESS).
Alaska Native artists live and create with the full
consciousness of indigeneity – of belonging to a
place, a history, a turning circle of generations.
Their works - so diverse and individual in
conception - draw energy and meaning from the
collective essence of community. The rediscovery
of ancestral art, dispersed in centuries past to
museums around the world, has been a powerful
impetus to the contemporary arts movement in
Alaska, for such pieces speak to indigenous
identities in the present. As the Musée de
Boulogne-sur-mer celebrates the unprecedented
European debut of new works by twenty Alaska
Native artists from across this Arctic region, it
convenes The Turning Circle as a forum for
reflection on art, indigeneity, and the evolving
relationship between museums and source
communities
Université du Littoral (ULCO)
Amphithéâtre 1,
34 grande rue
62200 Boulogne sur Mer
Entrée libre
Renseignements : Musée de Boulogne-sur-Mer, 03.21.10.02.20 ou
[email protected]
Institut National de l’Histoire
de L’art (INHA)
Auditorium, Galerie Colbert,
2 rue Vivienne 75002 Paris
Université du Littoral, Amphithéâtre 1
Boulogne-sur-Mer, samedi 25 juin 2016
Institut national de l’histoire de l’art, auditorium
Paris, lundi 27 juin 2016
9 h : accueil
9:00 Welcome
9h 30: Art, Museums, and Identity on Kodiak Island, Alaska
Gordon Pullar: Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Alaska Fairbanks
9:15 : Opening address, Marie Mauzé, Senior researcher, Laboratoire d’anthropologie sociale (CNRS)
10h: : La mise en place du partenariat entre Boulogne et Kodiak (titre à préciser)
Anne Claire Laronde, directrice de la Cité internationale de la dentelle de Calais
et Will Anderson, Chief Executive Officer of KIC in Kotzebue Alaska
Session 1
Chair: Joëlle Rostkowski (ethno-historian)
10h30 : pause-café
10h45: Du passé au présent, les enjeux d’une collection d’art contemporain autochtone au Musée de Boulogne sur mer
Céline Ramio, Directrice du Musée de Boulogne-sur-Mer
9:30 The Alaskan collections in the musée du quai Branly.
André Delpuech, Senior Curator, musée du quai Branly and Guénaële Guigon, lecturer at the Ecole du Louvre
10:00 Some early ethnographic Estonian collections from Russian America
Jean-Loup Rousselot, Guest Lecturer at the Culture Academy Viljandi
11h45: discussion
10:30 Ivory and Intellect – the role of British Inupiat collections in the history
of ideas
Jonathan King, Von Hügel Fellow, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology,
University of Cambridge
12h : repas
11:00 : Coffee break
14h : Museums and Alaska Native Artists
Aron Crowell, Alaska Director, Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution at
Anchorage
Session 2
Chair Alvin Amason (Sugpiaq artist, Professor of Alaska Native Art, University of
Alaska)
14h30: Where We Come From: Lifeways, Art and Education
Alvin Amason, Sugpiaq artist, Professor of Alaska Native Art, University of Alaska
11:15 The new museum paradigm of Indigenous collaboration
Aron Crowell, Alaska Director, Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution at
Anchorage
15h: Modern Heritage Art: Injun-uity in Glass
Preston Singletary, Tlingit artist
11:45 The Etholén collection in the Museum of Cultures – Contents and Contributions
Pilvi Vainonen, Curator, Museum of Cultures, Finland
11h15: Museum Partnerships: Building Meaningful Relationships
Perry Eaton, Sugpiaq artist
15h30: Beyond Materials: Contemporary Artistic Expression in Alaska Native Art
Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Inupiaq artist
16h : pause-café
16h15: Giving Voice: Conversations with Alaska Native Artists (Video presentation)
Dawn Biddison, Museum Specialist at the Alaska office of the Smithsonian Arctic
Studies Center
16h45: discussion
12:15 Out of the silence: Alaskan and Canadian Collections in the National Museum of Denmark
Martin Appelt, Curator, the National Museum of Denmark
12:45 Discussion
13:00 Lunch