The Lied Center’s MOSAIC series strives to present work that is idea-driven, curiosity-fueled, and radically inclusive and the new MOSAIC Film Festival features two films that embody those ideals. MOSAIC Film Festival will feature Chief Standing Bear’s Journey to Statuary Hall(co-directed by Ingrid Holmquist and Judi gaiashkibos) and Guanajuato Norte (co-directed by Ingrid Holmquist and Sana A. Malik).
MOSAIC Circle Donors
Priscilla C. Grew
Dr. Colleen Jones
Art and Chris Zygielbaum
Both films are free to attend or stream, but tickets are required. There is also the option to select a paid ticket to support the Lied Center.
NOVEMBER 17 7:00 P.M. SHOWCASE FILM:
Chief Standing Bear: A Journey to Statuary Hall
This documentary recounts the true story of Ponca Chief Standing Bear and his trailblazing human rights court case in 1879 leading to his designation as a Nebraska hero with his statue dedicated and installed in Statuary Hall in 2019.
A panel discussion will follow the movie. Panelists include:
- Sen. Tom Brewer – Statuary Hall Selection Committee Chair
- Judi gaiashkibos – Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs Executive Director
- Ingrid Holmquist – Standing Bear Filmmaker
- Benjamin Victor – Standing Bear Sculptor
- Larry Wright Jr. – Ponca Tribe of Nebraska Chairman
- Dr. Patrice McMahon – Director, Honors Program, Professor, Political Science, Dean’s Professor of Teaching and Learning, College of Arts & Sciences