Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

January 24, 2014 | 5 -7 pmOpening Reception for ARTiculations in Print

The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) will have its opening reception for ARTiculations in Print, an exhibition series featuring “articulations” by several artists and prints from the MoCNA collection. Included are:

  • Crow’s Shadow Institute of Arts Collection
    Wendy Red Star, Enit, 2010 lithograph, (image courtesy of Crow's Shadow Institute of Arts Collection)

    Wendy Red Star, Enit, 2010 lithograph, (image courtesy of Crow’s Shadow Institute of Arts Collection)

A selection of prints from the Crow’s Shadow Press signifies the ever-growing portfolio of prints produced over a 20-year period since the founding of the Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, located in Pendleton, Oregon.

  • John Hitchcock: Traces of the Plains

An  exhibition consisting of works on paper, multimedia installation of printed matter and video that reference the trauma of war and fragility of life.

  • David Sloan: T’ah aniiłtso Yéé’bii’ Neiikai (Endangered Species)

    Mono-prints that include silkscreened images of endangered species with their Diné names over lithograph reproductions of old 1970′s Navajo Times newspaper ads.

Click here to read more about the exhibitions and artists included in ARTiculations in Print.

 

In addition the exhibitions, Native American Short Films presented by the Sundance Institute at MoCNA will also begin on January 24. Pictured below is a still from Sikumi (On the Ice) – a film about an Iñuit hunter who takes his dog team out on the frozen Arctic Ocean in search of seals, and inadvertently becomes a witness to a murder.

Click here to read more about the other short films being featured in MoCNA’s Helen Hardin Gallery until March 31.

Image courtesy: Sikumi (ON THE ICE)

Image courtesy: Sikumi (ON THE ICE)