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Gathering Time: Closing reception and artists panel
Silver Galleto, "Basket Wheel"
The final program of Grace Hudson’s groundbreaking exhibit “Gathering Time: Pomo Art During the Pandemic” focuses on regalia and traditional Pomo artmaking. The Elem Pomo Colony Dance group performs after the panel.
“Gathering Time: Pomo Art During the Pandemic” explores how the COVID pandemic has impacted Pomo communities and, at the same time, encouraged Pomo artists to reconnect with their cultural traditions through artmaking.
The show features 15 artists from ten different Pomo tribal groups spanning Mendocino, Lake, and Sonoma Counties, as well as multiple art forms, including painting, photography, basketweaving, regalia, and digital media.
Artists in the panel include Vince Brown, PatriciaView more
The event is free with Museum admission: $5 regular; $4 students and seniors; $12 families; and free for Native Americans, standing military personnel, and always free for members.
Contact: (707) 467-2836
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
The Museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 14, where visitors can view the “Gathering Time” exhibit.
"Tonight Meadowlark Looks Out Over Xabatin," by Meyo Marrufo.
Marrufo started using brighter colors in her artwork during the pandemic.
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