Chicago Cultural Center
78 East Washington Street, Chicago, IL 60602
A discussion highlighting he significance of clean water to connecting communities across the Great Lakes region.
In his ongoing project Water School, Biennial contributor Oscar Tuazon investigates the relationship between architecture, water, and land rights through formal and informal learning and design processes. Here Tuazon moderates a discussion with tribal attorney Tara Houska (Couchiching First Nation); American Indian activist, attorney, and politician Chase Iron Eyes (Oglala Sioux); and Panda highlighting the significance of clean water to connecting communities in the Great Lakes region.