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Creative Visions: Music and Language Arts of the Southern Plains with Travis Mammedaty

December 8, 2018
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

The Museum of Native American History welcomes Kiowa artist Travis Mammedaty for the next installment of Creative Visions, a quarterly arts workshop led by Native American artisans. Mammedaty will explore the history, culture and protocol of songs for use in powwows. Participants are invited to cultivate understanding, respect and an increased awareness of cultural context by exploring Native Art. Mammedaty is a Kiowa artist who has had an appreciation of his Native Culture and history since his youth. Rooted in deep cultural values, Mammedaty’s musical work has allowed him to travel and work across Oklahoma and Indian Country. He is currently an instructor of the Kiowa Language Class at the University of Tulsa and an artist specializing in traditional and contemporary Native American Art. Ages 14 and older.

Admission: Free; Registration required.

Event Location and Contact Information:
Museum of Native American History
202 SW O Street
Bentonville, Arkansas

479-273-2456
http://monah.us


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