Prof Sascha Scott Chairs Panel for the Native American Art Studies Association Conference in Tulsa

October 30, 2017
  

This past week, prof Sascha Scott chaired a panel she had organized titled “Indigenizing the History of American Modernism” for the Native American Art Studies Association Conference (NAASA) in Tulsa. She also presented a research paper titled "O’Keeffe’s Hawai’i?: American Modernism in Colonial Spaces” about O’Keeffe’s advertisements for the Dole Pineapple Company in 1939 and the colonial narratives embedded in O'Keefe's work. Prof Scott Stevens also presented a paper on the panel titled "Officially Native: Some Aesthetic Implications of the Indian Arts and Crafts Board and the Indian Arts and Crafts Act.”

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