January 22, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Museum of the Rockies
600 W Kagy, Bozeman, 59715 United States

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Christopher Carter is a Montana raised professional planner and filmmaker who has been working in the Arctic for nearly a decade. In step with Indigenous governments, communities, and organizations he has completed research, plans, and digital storytelling in the face of environmental change. Inupiaq colleague Esau Sinnok, is an emerging leader from Shishmaref Village Alaska, a community which has recently made the difficult decision to relocate inland.

Explore how the changing Arctic brings challenges to Indigenous peoples, their rights and well-being while offering a glimpse into inspiring practical action and leadership at play in that region today. After the presentation, enjoy light appetizers and explore the two changing exhibitions, Polar Obsession and Into the Arctic.