Matika Wilbur, Native American Activist and Photographer
Matika Wilbur founded Project 562, a multi-year national photography project dedicated to photographing over 562 federal recognized Native American tribes in the United States. Project 562 has exhibited in museums all over the country and received national and international acclaim. Wilbur has been featured in publications such as Elle magazine, in the Guardian, the New York Times and by CNN.
Wilbur comes to Central on November 9 for two different talks:
November is upon us and that means that the world-wide phenomena of National Novel Writing Month, aka NaNoWriMo, is about to begin. Our Library locations have programs and community write-in sessions planned all month long. Come learn from experts and be with fellow writers.
Each month, in a supportive atmosphere and in different locations throughout Berkeley, learn techniques to record observations about the natural world in word and images. You do not need any art experience or special skills!
Next session: Saturday, November 16 - 2:30pm
Meet at the U.C. Berkeley Life Sciences T. Rex Skeleton