Art Exhibit Opening at Sequoyah National Research Center

The Sequoyah National Research Center is proud to announce, in conjunction with our 9th Annual Research Symposium, the opening of a new exhibition in the J.W. Wiggins Native American Art Gallery.

Curated by Hendrix College undergraduate history student and SNRC summer intern, Courtney Taylor, “Protest and Parody: A Native Response to Americanization” will open to the general public on Saturday, 24 October at 1:00 pm. Ms. Taylor will be on hand to discuss the exhibition and the SNRC staff will be available for short tours of the SNRC facility. The Gallery is located at University Plaza, Suite 500, on the south side of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock campus.


Sitting Bull Dollar


Jim Yellowhawk (Cheyenne River Lakota), Sitting Bull Dollar (2009), acrylic on board, 27 ½ in. x27 ½ in. (image ©Jim Yellowhawk)(photography by George Chambers)

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