CN GORMAN MUSEUM WINTER EXHIBITION

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CN GORMAN MUSEUM

WINTER EXHIBITION

 Protest & Prayer

through Mar 17

Tiffany Adams

Jesus Barraza

Christi Belcourt

Melanie Cervantes

Sarah Biscarra Dilley

Glenda Drew

Jesse Drew

Andy Everson

Debora Iyall

L. Frank Manriquez

Jean Melesaine

John Miller

Isaac Murdoch

Tawera Tahuri

Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie

 

Exhibiting artists engage with past and present Indigenous protest, actions and events through a variety of media that includes photography, painting, printmaking, installation and video.  Artists reflect ranging perspectives by being local from UC Davis and the region, state and nation-wide, Canada and Aotearoa, as well as through a global presence on social media.

 

Winter Event!

Protest & Prayer
Closing Reception & Event
Mar 15 – 3:30 to 6:00pm

Join us for the closing reception of the Winter exhibit which will include a variety of activities led by the exhibiting artists at the C.N. Gorman Museum and NAS Art Studio.

Join the UCD Native American
Faculty & Staff Association

NAFSA is a campus constituent group with the purpose of enhancing the presence and visibility of Native American faculty, staff and students at UCD. As part of the Office of Campus Community Relations, the group supports and promotes campus diversity.

Any employee of UCD is eligible for membership.  We only ask that you be committed to diversity at UCD. NAFSA also provides sponsorship for Native events on campus including NACD, Powwow and NAS Graduate Student Symposium.

C.N. GORMAN MUSEUM

1316 Hart Hall, University of California

One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616

 

HOURS: Mon-Fri: 12-5pm & Sun: 2-5pm
(Closed weekends & university holidays)

 

(530) 752-6567

www.gormanmuseum.ucdavis.edu

 

 

About the C.N. Gorman Museum

The C.N. Gorman Museum is committed to the creative expressions of Native American artists, and artists of diverse cultures and histories. Changing exhibits feature contemporary artwork in a wide range of media, reflecting the canon in which Indigenous artists are working today. Founded in 1973 by the Department of Native American Studies, the museum is named in honor of retired faculty member, Carl Nelson Gorman, Navajo artist, WWII code-talker, cultural historian, and advocate for Native peoples.