July 6th, 2014 Last Updated on: July 6th, 2014
Rocky Mountain PBS takes a look at some of the artists featured in an exhibit that opened this past spring at the Center for Visual Art – Metropolitan State University of Denver. The “Cross Currents” exhibit wanted to go a bit deeper than the stereotypical image of Native American art only being based in the past, and to see how these artists incorporated 21st century technology into their works.
The show's curator, Cecily Cullen, had this to say:
“Each of these artists are masters of poetic expression, visual metaphor, wit and mystery. And they use those skills to pull you in, to investigate a deeper meaning of what it means to be indigenous.”
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