We Never Left: Artists of Southeast Indian Tribes
Through April 14, 2019
This exhibition focuses on Native American artists who are descendants of the indigenous peoples who survived and continue to thrive in some portion of their Southeastern homelands despite most of their populations being relocated in the 19th Century. Included are paintings, sculpture, photographs, drawings, collages, beadworks, and basketry by nationally-recognized Native American artists of the Southeast.
Photo Credit: Faren Sanders Crews, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (North Carolina), My Heroes Have Always Been Indian Cowboys, Pastels on canvas.