Amplifier Project

Indigenous Perspectives: The Gardner Museum

Film Screening and Panel Conversation

Thursday, October 7, 7 - 8:30 pm
Calderwood Hall

Join us for the premiere of a powerful, short film documenting a conversation among Elizabeth Solomon (Massachusett at Ponkapoag), Erin Genia (Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota), and Mar Parrilla (Afrotaíno Borikua), three local Indigenous cultural workers, on historical museum practices, manifestations of settler colonialism, cultural landscapes, and the potential of art in decolonization. 

This film screening and live discussion take place during Free First Thursdays. Museum admission is free but reservations are required for this free, 90-minute featured program. (Program tickets include general museum entry. If you plan to attend the film screening, please reserve your tickets for the performance.) The Museum and Cafe G are open late, and art-making activities are offered in the Studio.

Amplifier Projects at the Gardner highlight change-makers working towards social justice through the arts.

How to Reserve Tickets

Advance registration is required for free timed entry tickets. Reserve your ticket online by clicking the RESERVE YOUR TICKETS button above.

Please note: While the City of Boston’s vaccination and mask mandates are lifted for general museum visits, the Gardner maintains its proof of vaccination and mask requirements for free and ticketed events in Calderwood Hall. Please visit the Know Before You Go web page for additional information, including accepted forms of documentation, or contact the Box Office at 617 278 5156 for further assistance.

Amplifier Projects are produced with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Barr Foundation ArtsAmplified Initiative. The Museum receives operating support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which is supported by the state of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.