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Have you ever wanted to get inside an artist’s mind and find out how they create beautiful artwork? The Virtual Artist Talk series featuring Native American artists from across the United States and Canada will allow you to do just that! Join us for a talk with sculptor and installation artist Gerald Clarke (Cahuilla), whose work is featured in the Eiteljorg’s new exhibition, Laughter and Resilience: Humor in Native American Art.
About Laughter and Resilience:
This event is part of ongoing programming for the Eiteljorg’s new exhibition Laughter and Resilience: Humor in Native American Art. This fascinating exhibition curated by the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian in Santa Fe, N.M. examines Indigenous humor in all its forms. Laughter and Resilience will inspire an appreciation and better understanding of Native Art through the concept of how humor, telling jokes, and being light-hearted (especially during times that require or have required acts of resiliency), is central to many Native American groups. Learn more.