Huichol Art Exibit: Hikuri in Wirikuta

Curated by Joshua Brown

Date(s) & Times

July 14, 18, and 20, 2018

Opening Reception Sat. July 14 / 5-9PM

Film and Discussion Wednesday July 18 / 8 PM
Poetry Reading Friday July 20 / 8 PM

Admission

Free

Sponsors

Red Circle Sponsors: Kevin Lane

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In winter of 2017-18, Artist/writer Joshua Brown traveled to Mexico to gather and investigate the folk art of the Mexican Indians known as the " Huichol " who are most known for their intricate portrayal of the sacred peyote cactus in their bead and yarn work. The Studio@620's Ellis gallery will display a collection of yarn paintings. Additionally Joshua will conduct a discussion of his travels on Wednesday July 18 with a screening of "The Last of the Medicine Men" and a select group of artists and poets will present a reading of peyote inspired poetry on July 20th. All events are free and open to the public.