‘Many Faces of Native America’ Art Exhibit on WNC Campus in Carson City | News from Carson City, Nevada


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Repeats every week until Fri December 31, 2021.

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Discover the rich and vibrant cultures of Native American America as expressed through art in the Bristlecone Atrium Gallery this fall on the campus of Western Nevada College Carson City.

Celebrate the full diversity of Indigenous-Indigenous nations, as the “Many Faces of Native American America” ​​illustrate that Indigenous peoples are still here, that they are culturally diverse, and that they thrive artistically and poetically through voice, voice, vocals, faces and generational connection.

“Each person is born with a design, colors and spirituality, which oblige and guide them throughout their life,” said exhibition coordinators Lorraine Plympton and Sylvia Verdugo.

Plympton and Verdugo said visitors can find some of the artwork inspiring and even painful.
“Aboriginal history is not for the faint of heart. We are resilient nations who have persevered against genocide, ”they declared.

“Many Faces of Native America” will air until December 31.

Indigenous students, staff and alumni of WNC have contributed works of art expressed in mediums such as painting, printmaking, digital media, photography, graphic art, ceramics, sculpture , book art, mixed media, song, beadwork, poetry and more.

Artists who have previously submitted artwork for the exhibition are Bretta Guzzetta from Chippewa / Choctaw Nations, Tera Kannan from Washoe Nation, Karter Conway from Washoe Nation, Dr. Myrton Running Wolf from Blackfeet / Wasco Nations, Emily Smuda of the Washoe. Nation and Lyndah Steele of the Washoe / Oneida Nations.
Karter was recognized as Best of Show for his painting “Pieces of Me”.

Plympton and Verdugo will accept art submissions from Indigenous-Indigenous artists throughout the exhibition.

WNC art galleries are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information or to contribute to the exhibition, send an email to [email protected] or [email protected]


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