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Gilcrease Presents ‘Plains Indian Art’

NEW EXHIBITION: Gilcrease Museum presents Plains Indian Art: Created in Community through Aug. 27, an exhibition highlighting Plains art as an expression of cultural tradition and community vibrancy.

Through Aug. 27, Gilcrease Museum is presenting Plains Indian Art: Created in Community, an exhibition that explores the talent and special role of Plains artists in their communities. The exhibition will highlight Plains art as an expression of cultural tradition and community vibrancy, focusing specifically on generational change in style and function and the innovative techniques used by various artists.

Visitors to the exhibition will learn how art is created within Native American communities as well as understand the shifting cultural meaning of certain artistic expressions. The exhibition also celebrates the different approaches — including the curator, historian and artist approaches — to understanding Native American art.

Updated 04-24-2017

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