Sacred Rituals Highlighted in Native American Lecture on Oct. 10
In conjunction with the exhibition of woodcuts by Serbian artist Slobodan Radojković, which recently opened in the UHCL Art Gallery, artist Arthur Amiotte will give a scholarly lecture about Native American sacred rituals at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10. Amiotte is an artist, former professor and author. Currently living in Custer, S.D., he is a member of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux) tribe from the Pine Ridge Reservation. The lecture, "Traditional Beliefs and Ritual Objects of the Lakota (Sioux) and Other Plains Tribes," is taking place in Bayou Building’s Garden Room and is presented in collaboration with the UHCL Anthropology program. Admission to the event is free, and complimentary parking is available in the Visitor Lot or Lot D. The talk will be followed by a reception and preview of another, separate exhibition on the second level of Bayou Building Atrium I. That exhibition features works from the Children’s Art School at Kherson Educational-Artistic Complex in Kherson, Ukraine, and UH-Clear Lake’s Art School for Children and Young Adults. Both the exhibition of children’s art and Slobodan Radojković’s prints are on display through Nov. 8.
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