Fellows Meet for the First Time During Virtual Meet and Greet
New York, NY — July 1, 2021
During the meeting all Fellow were asked to introduce themselves and show an object or image that best represented their cultural identity.
The Soul of Nations Foundation (SONF) has received a small grant from the U.S. Embassy in La Paz, Bolivia for the Indigenous International: Green Architecture Project. The Indigenous International: Green Architecture Project coincides with the U.S. Embassy La Paz Public Affairs Section’s program priority to Strengthen cultural and educational ties between the U.S. and Bolivia through cultural and change programming that highlights shared values and promotes bilateral cooperation. The project also falls in alignment with the U.S. Embassy La Paz Public Affairs Section’s mission to promote culture by supporting and facilitating academic exchanges between the United States and Bolivia.
The Soul of Nations Foundation’s Indigenous International: Green Architecture Project is inviting 13 Women Artist Fellows from the United States and Nigeria to connect through a seven-month virtual exchange that will result in two collaborative online exhibitions. All artists and architects involved in the project should be between the ages of 18-35 and identify with an Indigenous tribe or nation. All Nigerian Fellows should reside in the city of Lagos and all U.S. Fellows should be of Native American decent. This program is sponsored in-part by the U.S. Consulate General in Lagos, Nigeria and the U.S. Department of State.
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