All set! Jeremy Dennis Announces: Indigenous Histories: Ubiquitous Inquiries Digital Photographs from On This Site, Indigenous Landscape Photography and Oral Story Photography Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Rd, Southampton, NY 11968 (631)283-0774 Free Public Reception: November 3rd, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm, light refreshments and snacks will be servedSouthampton, NY – The Madelle Hegeler Semerjian Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of old and new works featuring Shinnecock artist and photographer Jeremy Dennis. The “Indigenous Histories: Ubiquitous Inquiries” show will run from November 1st, 2018 – November 30th, 2018 with an opening reception First Saturday, November 3rd from 3-4 p.m. The exhibition will feature a selection from Dennis’ work On This Site, a collection of site-specific indigenous histories represented by landscape photography and Stories, oral stories and legends represented using portrait digital photography.Many of the works are inspired by local history, exploring overlooked local history and cultural narratives surrounding indigenous people on Long Island. The exhibition takes place for the entirety of National Native American Heritage Month, which aims to provide a platform for Native people in the United States of America to share their culture, traditions, music, crafts, dance, and ways and concepts of life. This gives Native people the opportunity to express to their community, both city, county and state officials their concerns and solutions for building bridges of understanding and friendship in their local area. “Indigenous Histories: Ubiquitous Inquiries” will run through November 30th, 2018. The artist will be present at the opening reception Saturday, November 3rd from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. to discuss and sells work and books.Gallery hours are Monday – Thursday 10:00– 9:00, Friday 10:00—7:00, Saturday 10:00—5:00, Sunday 1:00—5:00 For additional information or for appointment with artist, please contact Jeremy Dennis, 631.566.0486 ###

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@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 …