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Opening Reception: Intersections and Points of Departure

A joint celebration of two new exhibitions in the School of Human Ecology galleries.

Event Details

Thursday, September 19, 2019
5-7 p.m.
"The Link" (central foyer), School of Human Ecology, Nancy Nicholas Hall
Join the School of Human Ecology to celebrate two new exhibits, including curator talks, gallery tours, and light refreshments.

"Intersections," curated by Kendra Greendeer (Ho-Chunk) and Dakota Mace (Diné), explores the interrelationship of Indigenous American cultures through textiles.

In "Points of Departure," sixteen contemporary artists take inspiration from the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection to create varied original works in their group show.

Free and open to the public.