CT: Mashantucket

WHERE: Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center.

WHEN: On view through September 15, 2012 in the Mashantucket Gallery.

TITLE: Comic Art Indigène Exhibit

BRIEF ABOUT:  As the first widely accessible mass media, comic strips and comic books were consumed by Native people as a recognizable and legitimate form of storytelling. This new exhibit takes a look at how Native artists continue their storytelling traditions and life experiences through comics and comic-inspired art by showcasing historic examples of narrative art, including photographs of rock art, ledger art and ceramics as well as contemporary artworks. NOTE: Click on this link to view the Museum’s event magazine Native Visions featuring a special Comic Art Fan Day insert. http://ow.ly/aQZtJ.  

MORE DETAILS: Call 800.411.9671 or www.pequotmuseum.org.




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