On behalf of the Inuit Art Foundation, the Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center Alaska and our Inuit advisors, we invite you to join us on Thursday, December 16th, 2021 at 9:30-11:00am AKDT/ 1:30-3:00pm EDT for the webinar “Challenges to Inuit Art Sovereignty.”
Join Moderator Tanya Lukin Linklater and speakers Taqralik Partridge and Sven Haakanson for a conversation about challenges to Inuit sovereignty in the art world, at museums and beyond. Heather Campbell from the Inuit Art Foundation will introduce the event. To learn more about the speakers, please visit the event site at https://learninglab.si.edu/q/ll-c/Clw3cYbEU4OHtTQJ. We encourage the audience to submit questions during the event using the “Q&A” option. The moderator will ask questions after the conversation concludes, as time allows.
Conversations is a series of six live webinars across 2021 bringing together Canadian and Alaska Inuit for moderated discussions with audience participation, providing information and insights on subjects important to Indigenous communities.
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Or by Telephone (US): +1 301 715 8592 or +1 312 626 6799 or +1 646 876 9923 or +1 346 248 7799 or +1 408 638 0968 or +1 669 900 6833 or +1 253 215 8782 (Webinar ID: 817 4670 2787 / Passcode: 616946)
For numbers in Canada or International, go to: https://smithsonian.zoom.us/u/kbyl1maof8
This event will be recorded and posted online at the “Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center in Alaska” Learning Lab site (https://learninglab.si.edu/org/sasc-ak) and YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpC1tX-kqJaSU7ZSxUWAfA). By participating in this event, you are giving your consent for recording and online posting. Please see the “Terms of Consent/Release” noted below.
Terms of Consent/Release:
I agree to the following conditions on my participation:
I am over the age of 18.
I understand that Zoom may give me a choice to share with other attendees an audio/video feed from my device’s camera and microphones and that it may be captured on any recordings made of the program (“recordings”).
I agree that I am responsible for my voluntary choice to share an audio/video feed and to participate in the chat feature, and any consequences of that sharing. I will conceal from view any private, sensitive, or confidential materials, and avoid sharing any information I would not want made public. Similarly, I only will share information, media, or other content, that is mine to share during the program and for the Smithsonian to use as described in this agreement without the need for further permission from third parties (for example, I will not share someone else’s copyrighted material or personal information).
The Smithsonian has the right to copy, modify, publicly share, and otherwise use the recordings, in whole or in part, in all forms of media now known or later developed related to the project and in connection with other standard museum uses, without compensation to me or the need for further approvals. Such standard museum uses include, but are not limited to, use in connection with archives, exhibitions, philanthropic-fundraising, public programming, publications, publicity, scholarship, websites, and social media platforms where the Smithsonian maintains a presence.
I understand that the Smithsonian may remove me from the program at any time if it determines that my use of the Q&A or chat function does not comply with the Rules of Conduct at https://www.si.edu/termsofuse (section 4).
The Smithsonian is under no obligation to use any recordings, in whole or in part, if made. The recordings will be archived or disposed of according to applicable Smithsonian record retention and archiving policies and practices.
I release and hold harmless the Smithsonian, its regents, agents, employees, and volunteers, from any and all claims, actions, and demands of whatsoever nature, including but not limited to libel or privacy, arising out of my participation in the program and the Smithsonian’s use of any recording of the program.