Michigan artist Jason Wesaw will discuss how his work converges contemporary art with traditional tribal stories and life ways. Jason creates in ceramics, photographs, textiles, cultural arts, and drawings, and as a product of two cultures "European and Potawatomi "the common thread running his work is a desire to relate his Potawatomi culture to the viewer. He sees object and image making as a means to bring these stories to a broader audience, while keeping them fresh and relevant.
Date: Thu Jun 29, 2017
Location: KIA Auditorium
KIA members: free
Students with ID: $2
Youth 12 & under, school groups, and active military: Free