Luanne Redeye, Artist Talk, Reception and Open Studio

RSVP by Monday, May 15 to 505-954-7205 or iarc[at]sarsf.org.

Artist Talk, Eric S. Dobkin Board Room, SAR Administration Building

Friday, May 19, 2017, 6:00–7:30 pm

Luanne RedeyeLuanne RedeyeFrame Series (Pam): When the Kinzua Dam Happened/”Now Who’s Going To Protect You?” (2016), mixed media. 19.5in x 11.25in x 2.25in. Photo courtesy of artist.Luanne RedeyeFrame Series (Pam): When the Kinzua Dam Happened/”Now Who’s Going To Protect You?” (2016), mixed media. 19.5in x 11.25in x 2.25in. Photo courtesy of artist.

Seneca painter and beadworker Luanne Redeye has been working to complete a series of paintings and corresponding beadwork frames that explore both familial and broader social themes ranging from alcoholism and domestic violence to caring and protection. Join the School for Advanced Research on May 19 to hear about her experience as the 2017 Eric and Barbara Dobkin Native Artist Fellow. The evening will conclude with a visit to the Dubin Studio to see Redeye’s work.

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