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Congratulations to Nancy Strickland Chavis and all of the featured artist in this week’s opening of the "To Take Shape and Meaning: Form and Design in Contemporary American Indian Art" exhibition

Congratulations to Nancy Strickland Chavis and all of the featured artist in this week’s opening of the "To Take Shape and Meaning: Form and Design in Contemporary American Indian Art," exhibition at the N.C. Museum of Art. It features works by 75 Indigenous artists from over 50 tribes throughout the United States and Canada, including eight from North Carolina. This exhibition was organized by guest curator Nancy Strickland Chavis (Lumbee), Director/Curator of the Museum of the Southeast American Indian at UNC Pembroke. The N.C. Museum of Art celebrated the opening of the exhibit on Thursday night with a reception, which was attended by Native People's from across the country and tribal leaders from our sister tribes across the state. There was also a great number of our Lumbee Citizens who turned out to support this historic exhibition. Lumbee Tribal Chairman Lowery said the reception was a phenomenal event. “I’m so proud of the work that Nancy has put in to curate such a wonderful exhibit,” said Lowery. “Her vision, along with the many artist who have their works featured, make this an incredible exhibit that I encourage all Lumbee to visit.”


The exhibition features, some of the most celebrated artist in Indian country. But you will also see beautiful Lumbee highlights in the exhibit. The exhibit will be on display March 2 through July 28, 2024. Find more information visit ncartmuseum.org 


Transportation from UNC Pembroke has been offered for this weekend to the exhibition. To see if it still available email Blake.tyner@uncp.edu. Space was limited!




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