This exhibition reintroduces Wiyot artist Rick Bartow and his art to the community of his homelands and is presented in conjunction with The Bartow Project film series, produced in collaboration with the Wiyot Tribe and Dell’Arte International. A campus screening of the films is tentatively scheduled for April 27th, and a Community Gallery Tour will take place on Saturday, April 23, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Events and other screening information is available at thebartowproject.com, including events at the Wiyot Cultural Center, Minor Theatre, and Dell'Arte Carlo Theatre.
Special thank you to the Wiyot Tribe, Froelick Gallery, Dell'Arte International, Instructionally Related Activities Fund, and the Cal Poly Humboldt Art Department.
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