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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Contemporary Experience / Political Expression:
Australian Aboriginal Printmakers at Cicada Press

Extended until Sep 9, 2016

Featuring printed works by 12 Australian Aboriginal artists produced at Cicada Press since 2012, the exhibition highlights the various printmaking techniques that are available to visiting artists, as well as showcases the depth of talent and experience that the Aboriginal artists who spend time in the Art & Design printmaking studios at University of New South Wales bring with them. 

(Reko Rennie, Message Stick, 2013)

Carl Nelson Gorman:
Artist, Academic and Code-Talker
from Sep 28

Featuring artworks, media and photographs by and about museum founder, Carl Nelson Gorman. This exhibition is part of the FLASH! exhibit series, located in the lobby of Hart Hall and organized by museum students and interns.

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Tawhanga Nopera, Kahutoi Te Kanawa, LisaNa Red Bear & Donna Campbell
Sep 22 - Dec 2

In a collaboration with University of Waikato and UCD Native American Studies, the exhibition will feature works by four Creative PhD candidates and graduates from University of Waikato. The exhibition is part of a series of events November 2-3 including a graduate symposium, and lectures by Professors Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Leonie Pihama.

(Tawhanga Nopera, 2016)

Remembering Alcatraz
Jan 10 - Mar 17

Each year, since 1975, thousands of Indigenous peoples and allies gather at Alcatraz Island to dance, sing and pray before sunrise on Thanksgiving Day and Indigenous Peoples Day to honor ancestors and future generations.  This exhibition brings together photographs, images and stories by Native American Bay area activists and artists about the celebrations and remembrances over the past 30 years.

(Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie, 2014)

Great Basin Native Artists
Apr 4 - Jun 8

Established in 2014, Great Basin Native Artists (GBNA) is a group of working Native American artists residing in, or originally from, the Nevada and eastern Sierra Nevada areas. This group exhibition is drawn from its membership. GBNA meets monthly in Reno, Pyramid Lake, or Fallon and serves as a support and resource directory for Native artists.

(Melissa Melero, 2016)