- Date 6-8 p.m. Mondays, May 17 - June 14, 2021 (no class on May 31)
- Cost $65
- Location Online
- Instructor / Presenter America Meredith
- Age Requirements 18+
- Contact email@example.com
Beginning with the oldest-known painted object in North America, the Cooper Bison skull, this class will explore the rich and complex history of Oklahoma Native American art. Unique for now being home to Indigenous nations hailing from the Pacific to the Atlantic, Oklahoma has witnessed generations of creative expression and exploration through the visual arts. This short survey course will examine community-based utilitarian arts, easel arts and new genres of today, from the miniature to the monumental. Registration closes Sunday, May 9 at 11:59 p.m.
Image caption: America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), "Acee Blue Eagle and Echogee," 2008, acrylic on panel, collection of the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. ©2008 America Meredith.
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