Oct 09 2021
-
Jan 30 2022
Voices So True - New Native American Art from the ...

Voices So True - New Native American Art from the ...

Presented by Birmingham Museum of Art at Birmingham Museum of Art

Voices So True: New Native American Art from the Clyde Oyster Bequest features the work of seven contemporary Native American artists, whose vision gives voice to Native American perspectives, past and present. Ranging in medium from photographs, prints, painting, and basketry, the works in the exhibition explore subjects including history and identity, environmental justice, healing from illness and violence, and giving voice to the voiceless. The seven featured artists—Kay WalkingStick, Wendy Red Star, Norman Akers, Eugene Tapahe, Zoe Marieh Urness, Shan Goshorn, and Larry McNeil—are affiliated with many different tribal nations, including Cherokee, Navajo, Osage, Crow, Tlingit, and others.

Admission Info

Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-5pm
Sunday: Noon-5pm
First Fridays: open until 9pm
Closed Mondays and Major Holidays
General Admission is FREE

Phone: 205.254.2565

Dates & Times

2021/10/09 - 2022/01/30

Location Info

Birmingham Museum of Art

2000 Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35203