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Department ofArt and Art History

Landscapes of Survivance

Landscapes of Survivance

Exhibition Dates: Sept 18 - Oct 27, 2023

Edward M. Dowd Art and Art History Building
Art and Art History Gallery
Gallery Hours: M-F, 9am-4pm

Featuring Artists: Katie Dorame, Catherine Herrera, Patrick Dean Hubbell, Terran Last Gun, Angelica Trimble-Yanu

Artist Talk and Reception: Oct 20, 2023, 5-7 pm, Dowd LobbyPatrick Dean Hubbell

Patrick Dean Hubbell
An Homage to The Keeper of All Between The Earth and the Starts
Oil, acrylic, enamel, and natural earth pigments on canvas with wood stretcher bar
84 x 59 1/2 in. (approximate, irregular edges)

An exhibition featuring the work of five contemporary U.S.-based Indigenous artists.  The pieces on view underscore the survivance (survival + resistance) of the artists’ cultural systems of knowledge, particularly as related to place. Each artist imbues their works with meaning specific to their own community and experience, while at the same time revealing the place-based significance of landscape in many Native worldviews. Landscapes of Survivance is curated by art historian Elizabeth S. Hawley.

This event is free and open to the public.

In compliance to ADA/504, please direct your accommodation request to Mitch Grieb at at least 72 hours prior to the event.