November 12, 1pm

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, several indigenous artists will feature their work.  Ramson Lomatewama is the first Hopi glassblower as well as a traditional katsina doll carver, and a jeweler. Jeanette Egan is a Taino artist specializing in wood and gourd burning.  Tamra Hunt is a Lumbee artist who works in mixed media and contemporary art. Erika Reynolds is a Cherokee/Saura/Arawak artist that will demonstrate finger-weaving and display a variety of other crafts including beadwork and sewn goods/fiber arts. The event will include artist demonstrations and hands-on opportunities for visitors. Admission is free.

This event is sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Arts Center, Lam Museum of Anthropology, Department of English, Department of Anthropology, Department of Art, and the Kenan Chair in the Humanities.