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Julie Buffalohead is known for using animals to convey social and political commentaries about gender, identity, and stereotypes.
An enrolled citizen of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, she grew up hearing stories in which animals played prominent roles as teachers and storytellers. In the new body of work created specifically for the "Eyes On" series, Buffalohead artistically explores the animals, duties, privileges, and taboos associated with Ponca clans.
Join Julie Buffalohead, Dr. Ramona Beltran, and Rebecca Hart, Vicki and Kent Logan Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, for a panel discussion about Buffalohead's exhibition. Dr. Denene De Quintal, co-curator of Eyes On: Julie Buffalohead, will moderate the conversation about Buffalohead's oeuvre and the field of contemporary Indigenous art.
Doors open at 5:30 pm.
Reception to follow on the first floor of the Hamilton Building. The exhibition will be open for viewing until 8:30 pm.
Free for Contemporary Alliance members and students with valid ID, $10 DAM volunteers, $15 DAM members, $20 nonmembers.
For additional details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-913-0119.
The Logan Lecture series is sponsored by Vicki and Kent Logan in affiliation with the Contemporary Alliance, a DAM support group. The Julie Buffalohead lecture is co-sponsored by Friends of Native Arts: The Douglas Society.
Image: Julie Buffalohead (Ponca), The Trickster Showdown, 2014. Features screen printing and lithography. Courtesy of Julie Buffalohead