Sagebrush Heathen: Jack Malotte in Conversation with Ann M. Wolfe

Sagebrush Heathen: Jack Malotte in Conversation with Ann M. Wolfe

Jack Malotte’s artworks celebrates the landscapes of the Great Basin, with a unique focus on contemporary political issues faced by Native people seeking to protect and preserve access to their lands. Malotte infuses wry humor into his work, even as he delves into subject matter that is sometimes serious and sobering. Malotte’s most recent work reconsiders historical narratives and myths of the American West, refers to Western Shoshone and Washoe traditions and legends, and highlights longtime political, environmental, and legal struggles of Native communities. Join us for a conversation between Jack Malotte and Ann M. Wolfe,  Andrea and John C. Deane Family Senior Curator and Deputy Director. 

Doors open at 10:30 am with book sales. Signing to follow the talk.

Talks
Saturday June 8, 2019 11 am – noon
$10 General
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$5 Student
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