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Friends of Native Arts: The Douglas Society
100 W 14th Ave Pkwy, Denver, Colorado 80204
Join Curator of Native Arts John Lukavic and Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Curatorial Fellow Denene De Quintal for a tour of Stampede: Animals in Art, a cross-departmental exhibition bringing together more than 300 objects from the Denver Art Museum’s collection to see how animals have captivated artists throughout history.
Lukavic and De Quintal, who worked to develop this large-scale exhibition, will highlight works included from the American Indian, African, and Oceanic art collections.
Image: Installation view of Stampede showing multiple works from the Native Arts collection, including a Pawnee bear claw necklace, a rain parka made from walrus intestine, a Sioux golden eagle feather headdress, a fur parka made from reindeer, wolf, and wolverine furs, Harry Fonseca's painting Coyote #1, and a Maidu condor feather cape. © Denver Art Museum
Stampede: Animals in Art is on levels 3 & 4 of the Hamilton Building. Enter through the main entrance on Martin Plaza and look for the «Friends of Native Arts» table to check in.