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HCAR Works-In-Progress Seminar

April 26, 12:00 pm-1:30 pm

Free

Cristina Cruz Gonzalez, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Art History, Oklahoma State University
David D’Andrea, Professor of History, Oklahoma State University
Autumn Bean, Art History GTA, Oklahoma State University.

Brummett Echohawk: Art, Agency, and Archive

This seminar will be led by key scholars involved with the Echohawk Project, an ongoing multidisciplinary research group that attempts to locate, study, and make know the historical importance and art historical significance of Pawnee artist Brummett Echohawk (1922-2006). The discussion will consider the extant archive, focusing on the institutional collections held by the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art (Stillwater), the Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum (Oklahoma City), and Gilcrease Museum (Tulsa). While the scholars will provide an in-depth look at the research that led to local, regional, and international exhibitions throughout 2023, the seminar will especially focus on the current effort to explore Pawnee representation and Indigenous agency in the artist’s later works.

This seminar will center around a presentation, followed by a group discussion. No pre-circulated paper will be provided.

Lunch from Que Gusto will be provided.

About Works-In-Progress Seminars
These seminars nurture a community of local and regional scholars by providing opportunities to share creative activity in an academically constructive environment. Each seminar will focus on pre-circulated drafts followed by a roundtable conversation among participants.

Details

Date:
April 26
Time:
12:00 pm-1:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

Gilcrease Museum
Phone
918-596-2700

Other

Room/Location in Building
Jackson Seminar Room
Email for venue info:
arp442@utulsa.edu

Venue

Helmerich Center for American Research
1400 N Gilcrease Museum Rd
Tulsa, OK 74127 United States
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