Engaging the Future: Conversations with Goodman Fellowship Artists
Conversations with Cree LaRance (Ohkay Owingeh/Navajo/Assiniboine)
The Museum of Indian Arts + Culture (MIAC) invites you to the second iteration of our new lecture series, Engaging the Future: Conversations with Goodman Fellowship Artists.
This series will be an opportunity for our MIAC community to become better acquainted with our Goodman Fellows through hour-long Zoom visits to their home studios. They will bring us up-to-date on what they have been doing since receiving the Fellowship.
Cree LaRance is an award-winning Native American jeweler living in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is an enrolled member of Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo, but his roots also include Hopi, Navajo, and Assiniboine. He is the son of renowned Native American artists Steve “Wikviya” LaRance and Marian “Kaawaadeh” Denipah. Cree’s creations primarily fashion silver and gold into wearable art, adorned with turquoise, coral, and many other precious gemstones. His inspiration is heavily influenced by his Native American culture, religion, family, and modern way of life, creating legacy that is both rooted in history and ever-evolving.
Register in advance for this webinar HERE