Memory and Vision: Native Arts of the Great Plains
The 2005 Plains Indian Museum Seminar of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center will address the theme: Memory and Vision: Native Arts of the Great Plains.
Suggested topics for presentation include Plains cultural artistic traditions, the work of particular artists, museum interpretation and public artistic presentations, trade and influences of the marketplace, arts education, and contemporary artistic expressions. Presentations that address new areas of Native American scholarship are encouraged.
Individuals interested in participating in the Seminar are invited to submit a 250 word abstract along with a resume by April 28, 2006. Scholars and educators from tribal colleges and communities are especially invited to participate.
Jesse K. Siess
Public Programs Coordinator
Buffalo Bill Historical Center
720 Sheridan Avenue
Cody, Wyoming 82414
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