Three Women, One Story, and the Generational Power of Native American Art

Apr 22 2021
Date: Apr 22 | 6:00pm
Category: Community

VIA UNLISTED LIVESTREAM; A LINK WILL BE SENT TO YOU

THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 6 PM

In this much-anticipated appearance, author and editor Kate Nelson discusses the life and work of Pablita Velarde, Helen Hardin, and Margaret Bagshaw (mother, daughter, and granddaughter respectively), through an insightful journalistic lens. Follow along as she takes participants on a journey through the lives and art of "three women, one story, 1,000 years of Native American art in under an hour," and hear what it means to document a celebrated legacy of successful female artists in print.

This live, virtual program will last approximately 60 minutes and contains a Q & A component. The program will be recorded and available to view roughly one month later on the Crocker’s YouTube channel and select social media platforms. This program is Pay What You Wish. Register here: https://www.crockerart.org/event/2679/2021-04-22

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Art by Shelly Covert (Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe), First Death, 2017. Acrylic on canvas.