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Mulvane Art Museum

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Current Exhibitions

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Featured Exhibit

Flatlander—Belonging to the Land

Date: Fri 07/27/18 8:00AM - Sat 12/01/18 5:00PM

Featuring prints and an installation by John Hitchcock, the exhibition explores the intersection between cultures through the land, language, and the visual symbols of the Great Plains-the epicenter for Plains tribal culture. Hitchcock draws from his experiences growing up on native land that sits adjacent to Fort Sills in Oklahoma. He utilizes drawing and print making processes to convey personal symbols and layers of thoughts about removal, displacement, and belonging.

Upcoming Event

Meditations on Land and Identity

Date: Wed 11/14/18 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Location: 2nd Floor North Gallery

Join panelists for a discussion about the significance of the land and identity in art, literature, and politics.

GET IN TOUCH WITH The Mulvane Art Museum

Mulvane Art Museum
1700 SW Jewell Avenue
Topeka, KS 66621

Phone & Email
Phone: 785.670.1124
mulvane.info@washburn.edu

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