Join artist, Kristin Gentry, as she discusses different types of Indigenous art, how it is made, its cultural significance, and its importance.
About the artist, Kristin Gentry is passionate about using her art to create different ways to preserve her traditional Native American tribal culture. Kristin has exhibited her artwork in numerous juried, invited, open, and group shows across the Midwestern United States. She works as a professional visual artist in the areas of relief and monotype printmaking, painting, jewelry and photography. She also works as a writer, designer, and curator. Kristin is an enrolled member and registered artist of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
This program is a part of Native American Heritage Month at the Metropolitan Library System. For more programs, please check out www.metrolibrary.org/nahm