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MEDICINE WHEEL SERIES Exhibitions at Bruce’s Garden: Medicine Wheel #1–Asian Diaspora

“In Native America the Medicine Wheel (see image) represents many things but for my specific purpose, it represents the four sacred colors of humanity and it says in the Lakota language MITAKUYE OYASIN or WE ARE ALL RELATED and NOTE, each color is equally represented!  So it is in this spirit that I present the MEDICINE WHEEL SERIES of four exhibitions from May to October 2019 to honor the diverse beauty of humanity with image of work by artists of the Asian Diaspora, African Diaspora, European Diaspora and American DIaspora”–Nadema Agard/Winyan Luta/Red Woman, Curator, Gallery In The Gazebo, Bruce Reynolds Memorial Garden

Medicine Wheel #1: Asian Diaspora, May 1st to June 14th, Work by artists of Asia/Asian Ancestry

Medicine Wheel #2: African Diaspora, June 15th to July 31st,  Work by artists of Africa/African ancestry

Medicine Wheel #3: European Diaspora, August 1 to September 15th, Work by artists of Europe/European Ancestry

Medicine Wheel #4: American Diaspora, September 16th to October 31st, work by artists Indigenous to the Americas

Photo image: Mitakuye Oyasin/We Are All Related (2015) by Nadema Agard

MEDICINE WHEEL SERIES Exhibitions at Bruce’s Garden: Medicine Wheel #1–Asian Diaspora

“In Native America the Medicine Wheel (see image) represents many things but for my specific purpose, it represents the four sacred colors of humanity and it says in the Lakota language MITAKUYE OYASIN or WE ARE ALL RELATED and NOTE, each color is equally represented!  So it is in this spirit that I present the MEDICINE WHEEL SERIES of four exhibitions from May to October 2019 to honor the diverse beauty of humanity with image of work by artists of the Asian Diaspora, African Diaspora, European Diaspora and American DIaspora”–Nadema Agard/Winyan Luta/Red Woman, Curator, Gallery In The Gazebo, Bruce Reynolds Memorial Garden

Medicine Wheel #1: Asian Diaspora, May 1st to June 14th, Work by artists of Asia/Asian Ancestry

Medicine Wheel #2: African Diaspora, June 15th to July 31st,  Work by artists of Africa/African ancestry

Medicine Wheel #3: European Diaspora, August 1 to September 15th, Work by artists of Europe/European Ancestry

Medicine Wheel #4: American Diaspora, September 16th to October 31st, work by artists Indigenous to the Americas

Photo image: Mitakuye Oyasin/We Are All Related (2015) by Nadema Agard

Drum Circle with Naguake NYC at Dyckman Farmhouse

Naguake NYC is a Caribbean indigenous community in the diaspora eager to share their culture and grow community ties with all living things on mother earth. Dyckman Farmhouse Museum has offered its space to allow multiple gatherings to take place on site. The drum circle and ancient cultural stories of the Taino and Lenape will be shared. Please bring a plate to share and a stick so we can help you carve a walking stick. Bring your drum, rattle, voice, and positive spirit.

Anyone interested in a nature walk in Inwood Hill Park to hear more ancient stories after the gathering – feel free to join us.

MEDICINE WHEEL SERIES Exhibitions at Bruce’s Garden: Medicine Wheel #1–Asian Diaspora

“In Native America the Medicine Wheel (see image) represents many things but for my specific purpose, it represents the four sacred colors of humanity and it says in the Lakota language MITAKUYE OYASIN or WE ARE ALL RELATED and NOTE, each color is equally represented!  So it is in this spirit that I present the MEDICINE WHEEL SERIES of four exhibitions from May to October 2019 to honor the diverse beauty of humanity with image of work by artists of the Asian Diaspora, African Diaspora, European Diaspora and American DIaspora”–Nadema Agard/Winyan Luta/Red Woman, Curator, Gallery In The Gazebo, Bruce Reynolds Memorial Garden

Medicine Wheel #1: Asian Diaspora, May 1st to June 14th, Work by artists of Asia/Asian Ancestry

Medicine Wheel #2: African Diaspora, June 15th to July 31st,  Work by artists of Africa/African ancestry

Medicine Wheel #3: European Diaspora, August 1 to September 15th, Work by artists of Europe/European Ancestry

Medicine Wheel #4: American Diaspora, September 16th to October 31st, work by artists Indigenous to the Americas

Photo image: Mitakuye Oyasin/We Are All Related (2015) by Nadema Agard