Sháńdíín Brown '20
Public Talk
Jewelry Studio Coffee Hour

Shándíín Brown '20

July 13

This event occurred as part of the 21/22 Public Talk season. This is an archived view.

Join us for a candid conversation about Sháńdíín's career, artistry and all of the exciting things that she's done since leaving Dartmouth.

21/22 Public Talk

Sháńdíín was the moderator of last term's highly successful Indigenous Jewelry Today panel discussion. She is also a jeweler and primarily works with Diné juniper seed beads. Since graduating from Dartmouth in 2020, Sháńdíín has been an Anne Ray Intern at the School for Advanced Research, Indian Arts Research Center in Santa Fe, NM. We wanted to catch Sháńdíín before she heads off to the Rhode Island School of Design Museum to work as the Henry Luce Curatorial Fellow for Native American Art.

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