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On View @ Zarrow – Evolution of Color

Today’s Oklahoma Indian artists come from a long line of people who witnessed and experienced great changes that affected their way of seeing the world and whose survival reverberates in the art of their descendants. Through the ancient and modern chemistry of color, all works in this exhibition reflect the space Indian people and Indian art have always held: The space of people living in and responding to their own era while aware of and continuing traditions of their ancestral communities. Their use of color as well as contemporary subject matter, content and form reflect a deep connection with and contribution to the evolution of color in Oklahoma Indian art.

Gallery hours:
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
12 - 6 p.m.

Saturday, November 18 at 12:00pm to 6:00pm

Zarrow Center for Art & Education
124 East M.B. Brady Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103-2014

Event Type

Art Exhibit, Featured

Audiences

General Public, Faculty, Students, Alumni

Departments

Zarrow Center, College of Arts and Sciences, Art, Arts and Humanities

Gilcrease & Zarrow Audiences

General Public

Gilcrease & Zarrow Events

Exhibitions

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Hashtag

#zarrowcenter

Cost

Free and Open to the Public

Contact Name

Michelle Martin

Contact Email

michelle-martin@utulsa.edu

Contact Phone

918-631-2736

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