OB Historical Society Presents: Kumeyaay Resistance and “Abusive” Art | Ocean Beach San Diego CA | News

OB Historical Society Presents: Kumeyaay Resistance and “Abusive” Art

OB Historical Society Presents: Kumeyaay Resistance and “Abusive” Art

From Ocean Beach Historical Society: Kumeyaay Resistance and “Abusive” Art at Mission San Diego and the San Diego Presidio, By Richard Carrico Thurs., Sept. 21 at 7 pm, at P.L. United Methodist Church, 1984 Sunset Cliffs Blvd., O.B.— Do you ever wonder how the local Kumeyaay Indians might have resisted Spanish colonialization besides sacking Mission San Diego in 1775? Is there any chance that they used art forms to show their disdain for the Spaniards right beneath (and above) the eyes of the colonists? In this highly informative and engaging talk, local historian and anthropologist Richard L. Carrico will delve into the “dark art” that the Kumeyaay used to continue their ancient artistic practices and their use of symbology.

Business Directory

Upcoming Events

Local News

Upcoming Event Newsletter Subscription