Originally curated by Assistant Professor of Art at University of Montana Missoula, Matt Hamon, this thought provoking display was brought to the Sheehan Gallery by one of the show’s participants, Whitman Assistant Professor of Art, Nicole Pietrantoni. The show highlights a group of artists whose work engages with the shifting notions of rural spaces. Learn more here on the POST-RURAL website.
The exhibit runs through October 8.
Matt Hamon, POST-RURAL's orginal curator, will be speaking about his works on exhibit in Sheehan Gallery. Reception to follow in the Sheehan Gallery.
Learn more at post-rural.com.
Pictured: 185 years of U.S. History by Matt Hamon
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Alexie is a Native American poet, novelist, performer and filmmaker. A Spokane/Coeur d’Alene tribal member, Alexie grew up on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit, Washington.