Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

June 25, 2014 | 12-1pmBrown Bag it at MoCNA with Alex Peña

brown-bag-lunch

Artist: Alex Peña

MoCNA Second Floor Conference Room

Bring your lunch and join IAIA Adjunct Professor and artist Alex Peña as he discusses his work. Alex Peña, born in Lawton, Oklahoma, is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation. He received his BFA in 2006 from Cameron University in Oklahoma and MA and MFA in Studio Arts and Printmaking from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2009. Peña’s work smHeadshot[1]has been exhibited nationally and he has participated in international group shows in the Ukraine; Ekaterinaburg, Russia; Novosibirsk; Siberia; and Shanghai, China. Peña currently resides, continues his art practice, and teaches printmaking and drawing in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Read more about the artist at www.alexjpena.com.

 

 

This free lunchtime series will feature guest speakers, open dialogue and engaging
discussions around contemporary Native art.

Fore more information:

Andrea R. Hanley
Museum Membership & Program Manager IAIAMoCNA
Work Phone: 505.428.5907
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