Path Breakers 10 Years of the Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art
Monday, December 17 at 9 pm
When you visualize Native American culture and art, what do you see? Many people may envision stereotypical Native American images. The Eiteljorg Museum’s Fellowship program is confronting this perception and proving that Native culture is alive and dynamic today – beyond the romanticized or conventional views of traditional Native art forms.
This locally-produced special highlights the 10th anniversary of the biennial Eiteljorg Museum Fellowship for Native American Fine Art, presented by Lilly Endowment. The Fellowship, provides support and national visibility for Native American artists.
Tune in to be a part of this historic celebration and meet the distinguished participants from past fellowships, as well as the 2007 Fellowship artists. Experience examples of engaging and challenging photography, installation work, four-channel DVD, drawing, printmaking, painting and more.
Additional support for this program came from the Ford Foundation and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Will Wilson, Auto Immune Response #5, 2005
Promo for Pathbreakers: 10 Years of the Eiteljorg Fellowship