Laura Grier: EKAGÓHT’E

When: Feb. 17-21 2015

Undergraduate exhibitor Laura Grier's EKAGÓHT’Eis a collection of lithograph and silkscreen prints examining the correlation between the deteriorating health of wildlife and the cleanliness of water. As an indigenous artist, Grier finds her inspiration in indigenous art practices as well as her own worldview and lived experiences.

Opening reception Tuesday, February 17, 5:30-7pm

Artist Talk Thursday, February 19, 12pm

Price: free


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