Sep 01, 2011
Seeing Crow’s Shadow, an exhibit of prints from Crow’s Shadow Press opens at Humboldt State’s Native American Arts Gallery with a public reception on Thursday, September 15 from 4:30–6:30 pm.
Developed within the Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts Studio, the exhibit features selections from Crow’s Shadow’s collection with works by emerging and established Native artists including Rick Bartow, Edgar Heap of Birds, Wendy Red Star and others.
The prints were developed in collaboration with Tamarind Master Printer, Frank Janzen, as part of Crow’s Shadow’s Native Artists-in-Residence Program in Pendleton Oregon. Additional work is on exhibit from a monotype workshop sponsored by local NorCal Native Artists Group and taught by Frank Janzen on site at the College of the Redwoods-Klamath Trinity campus in Hoopa.
The exhibition runs September 16 through December 3. Gallery hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 12-5 p.m., Thursday 12-7 p.m. and Saturday 10-2 p.m. The Native American Arts Gallery is located on the ground floor of HSU’s Behavioral & Social Sciences Building near Union Street and 17th Street. Admission is free and parking day permits are available for $3.50 at parking kiosks with additional parking at meters located along the street. For more information about the exhibit please contact the Art Department gallery office at (707) 826-5814. To learn more about Crow’s Shadow Institute for the Arts visit www.crowsshadow.org.