Exhibition to showcase artwork by Haskell students

Student artwork will be celebrated next week at Haskell Indian Nations University.

A reception is planned from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Dick West Gallery in Seattle Hall for “Visual Nation: Student explorations in paint and clay,” featuring paintings and sculpture by Haskell students.

According to Haskell art instructors David Titterington and Rachel Van Wagoner, who curated the exhibition, it will highlight “surreal, provocative Haskell student work that opens our eyes to indigenous American perspectives.”

Seattle Hall is adjacent to Parker Hall at Shawnee Avenue and N. Mills Street on the Haskell campus, 155 Indian Ave.


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