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Duhesa art exhibit opening Nov. 5

November 2, 2010

The beauty of Native American fine arts from the southwest and the local, Fort Collins area will be on display at the Duhesa Lounge on the upper level of the Lory Student Center, beginning Friday, Nov. 5. The exhibit coincides with the observance of Native American Heritage Month at CSU.

Traditionally fired pots by Bernadette Track (foreground) and micaceous clay pieces by Dawning Pollen Shorty (background). Image courtesy of Doug Sink.

Exhibition opening
Friday, Nov. 5
5 p.m.
Lory Student Center
Duhesa Art Lounge

An opening reception for an exhibit of Native American fine art from Taos Pueblo, New Mexico, and the local Fort Collins area is being held on Friday, Nov. 5, 5 p.m., in the Lory Student Center's Duhesa Art Lounge.

Native American Heritage Month celebrates the opening of this new exhibition of work by contemporary Native American artists from the Southwest.

Highlighting the creativity and passion of these living artists, the exhibit continues the celebration of Native American cultures throughout its stay at CSU.

Ram Nation to perform

The exhibition will officially open on Friday, Nov. 5 at 5 p.m. and will include a performance by the Ram Nation drum group. 

This event is sponsored by the Native American Cultural Center, Student Activities, and the Lory Student Center Arts Program.

Contact: Sweta Lohani
Phone: (970) 491-1332