Beyond tradition at DAC

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Beyond tradition at DAC

Contemporary indigenous art raises issues at Arts Center
“Apocalypse,” mixed media on canvas, by James Joe.
“The Door,” earthenware sculpture by Roxanne Swentzell
“Blue Bird flower” basket, by Sally Black
“Tide Pool,” chalk and oil on paper canvas, by Emmi Whitehorse.
“The Vanishing Race,” sand painting by Eugene B. Joe.
Three artists represented in “Exploration Beyond Tradition” at the DAC: from left, Eugene B. Joe, Sally Black and curator Michael Billie.
If you go

What: “Exploration Beyond Tradition,” an exhibit of works by contemporary Native American artists, curated by Michael Billie.
When: 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays through June 17.
Tickets: Free admission.
Where: Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave.
More information: Call 259-2606 or visit www.durangoarts.org.

Beyond tradition at DAC

“Apocalypse,” mixed media on canvas, by James Joe.
“The Door,” earthenware sculpture by Roxanne Swentzell
“Blue Bird flower” basket, by Sally Black
“Tide Pool,” chalk and oil on paper canvas, by Emmi Whitehorse.
“The Vanishing Race,” sand painting by Eugene B. Joe.
Three artists represented in “Exploration Beyond Tradition” at the DAC: from left, Eugene B. Joe, Sally Black and curator Michael Billie.
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