EH Star – Illuminating Indigenous Mythology

  Jeremy Dennis’s “On This Site,” a photography project that maps culturally significant Native American locations on Long Island, has brought the 27-year-old Shinnecock artist well-deserved attention during the past year. The exhibition has  been presented in various iterations at the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum in Southampton, the Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead, the Watermill Center, and, most recently, Guild Hall. Read more here – http://easthamptonstar.com/Arts/3/Jeremy-Dennis-Illuminating-Indigenous-Mythology

Guild Hall Gathering 10-19-17

Guild Gatherings: Illusions10/19/17: Guild Gathering with Jeremy Dennis, Yuka Silvera, Kathryn Szoka, and Aurelio Torres. Posted by Guild Hall of East Hampton on Thursday, October 19, 2017 Transcript Thank to Guild Hall for hosting this event! My name is Jeremy Dennis, I’m a digital photographer and visual artist from the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton, New York. I went to Stony Brook University for drawing and painting and in 2016 received an MFA from Pennsylvania State University. This is an intaglio etching I did during my time in undergrad that influenced my current work. I found that printmaking was a …

@Regrann from @cpwwpc – Hi! I'm @jeremynative, and I've been invited to take over the @CPWWCP's Instagram for the next five days in preparation for my Salon Presentation during the Race, Love and Labor exhibition at Stony Brook University on September 20th, 12pm!I spent the month of August at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, working on several new and continuing projects relating to indigenous culture, identity, and history – specifically our origin stories and connection to landscape.This image is based on a 1981 retelling of the Legend of Moshop in New England. Moshop, a cultural hero of the North Eastern woodland people, is known for creating canals and shaping the land around the Island of Nope (now Martha's Vinyard in Massachusetts), however, the image was taken at Big Deep in Woodstock, NY.#shinnecock #centerforphotographyatwoodstock #CPWWPC #CPWinstagramtakeover #indigenousartist #woodstockair – #regrann

” @Regrann from @cpwwpc – Hi! I'm @jeremynative, and I've been invited to take over the @CPWWCP's Instagram for the next five days in preparation for my Salon Presentation during the Race, Love and Labor exhibition at Stony Brook University on September 20th, 12pm!I spent the month of August at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, working on several new and continuing projects relating to indigenous culture, identity, and history – specifically our origin stories and connection to landscape.This image is based on a 1981 retelling of the Legend of Moshop in New England. Moshop, a cultural hero of the …