Plains Indian Art: Created in Community

Published: July 19, 2017

On view at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa through August 27, Plains Indian Art: Created in Community explores the unparalleled talent of certain individuals and the special role of Plains artists within their communities. It highlights Plains art as an expression of cultural tradition and community vibrancy, focusing specifically on generational change in style and function and the innovative techniques used by various artists. The exhibition highlights some of the finest Plains objects of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to be found in the vast collection of the Gilcrease, many of which embody the height of Plains cultural and artistic achievement.

For more details, visit the Gilcrease’s website.