Indigenous Artworks of the Southeast from 1400 CE to the Present

Tuesday, February 23, 2021
1-3 pm | Virtual

America Meredith (Cherokee Nation) is the publishing editor of First American Art Magazine and an art writer, critic, visual artist, and independent curator, whose curatorial practice spans 28 years. Based in Norman, Oklahoma, she earned her MFA degree from the San Francisco Art Institute and taught Native art history at the Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe Community College, and Cherokee Humanities Course.

Meredith is a Mellon Indigenous Arts Visiting Fellow. This presentation on Zoom is hosted by ARTH 3595: Indigenous North American Arts with Professor Adriana Greci Green.

Martha Berry (Cherokee Nation), “Fire Carrier’s Footsteps,” glass seed beads on wood, saved-edge stroud, leather, silk satin ribbon, 4 x 8 x 9 in. © Martha Berry. Photo: Dave Berry