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Fri, Apr 05



Opening Reception: Collective Wisdom Traveling Exhibition

Join the Jacobson House and guests as we celebrate the opening of Collective Wisdom, featuring more than 30 First American Artists! On the same evening, we will honor world renowned poet and artist, Jeraldine "Jeri" RedCorn, with the help of Scott George!

Opening Reception: Collective Wisdom Traveling Exhibition
Opening Reception: Collective Wisdom Traveling Exhibition

Time & Location

Apr 05, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT

Norman, 609 Chautauqua Ave, Norman, OK 73069, USA

About the event

Collective Wisdom Traveling Art Exhibition 

Jacobson House Native Art Center

April 05 - August 02 

Opening Reception: April 05: 6PM - 9PM 

Closing Reception: August 02: 6PM - 9PM

Normal Gallery Hours: To Be Announced

Showcasing more than 30 First American artists, each piece is a unique collaboration between two or more artists. By incorporating their own medium and interweaving culture, experiences, and relationships, these artists have developed a display representing the unique facets of the contemporary First American art world.

On the same evening the Jacobson House will be honoring one of our founding members, Jeraldine "Jeri" RedCorn (Caddo/Citizen Potawatomi) who has been recognized both nationally and internationally for reviving Caddo Pottery, RedCorn was inducted into the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2021.

An invited guest of the “Collective Wisdom” reception who will help honor, Jeraldine "Jeri" RedCorn alongside the Jacobson House Board Members is, Osage Nation tribal member Scott George, whose song “Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People)” from the film Killers of the Flower Moon, is a 2024 Oscar nominee for “Best Original Song.”

To learn more about the collaborative pieces that will be on display or to purchase a piece, visit:

Featured First American Artists: (in order of first name)

Amber Dubios-Shepherd (Navajo, Prairie Band Potawatomi, Sac & Fox), Billy Hensley (Chickasaw), Brenda Kingery (Chickasaw), Brent Greenwood (Chickasaw/Ponca), Bryan Waytula (Cherokee), Candace Shanholtzer (Choctaw), Chance Brown (Chickasaw), Cotie Poe-Underwood (Chickasaw), Dean Wyatt (Cherokee), Deana Ward (Choctaw), Dustin Mater (Chickasaw), Erin Shaw (Chickasaw/Choctaw), Hoka Skenandore (Oneida, Oglala Lakota, La Jolla Band of Luiseno & Chicano), Jackie Sevier (Northern Arapaho), Jerry Sutton (Cherokee), Karma Henry (Paiute), Kennetha Greenwood (Otoe-Missouria), Kindra Swafford (Cherokee), Kristin Gentry (Choctaw), Lokosh (Joshua D. Hinson) (Chickasaw), Marcus Amerman (Choctaw), Margaret Wheeler (Chickasaw), Marwin Begaye (Navajo), Micah Wesley (Kiowa/Mvskoke Creek) , Natalie Miller (Chickasaw), Nathalie Standingcloud (Cherokee), Roy Boney (Cherokee), Stuart Sampson (Citizen Potawatomi), Summer Zah (Dine, Choctaw, Jicarilla Apache), Tom Farris (Otoe-Missouria/Cherokee), Tyson Hudson (Chickasaw)

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