For Teachers - Lloyd New Institute of Native American Art - July 19-23, 2010

Tuesday, June 1, 2010
By Julie Saylor

Lloyd New Institute of Native American Art - July 19-23, 2010

For teachers interested in a unique opportunity to study the intersection of Native American art and culture, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center Plains Indian Museum in Cody, Wyoming is co-sponsoring a week-long program with the University of Wyoming.

Participants will immerse themselves in Native American art and culture through a variety of experiences: study of extraordinary original objects from the past three centuries; close interaction with dynamic, creative artists serving as instructors; in-depth research; and museum experience.

Instructors include: Dr. Judith Antell (Chippewa), Arthur Amiotte (Oglala Lakota), Emma I. Hansen (Pawnee), Bently Spang (Northern Cheyenne), and Ken Blackbird (Assiniboine.) "Led entirely by native artists and scholars, the program offers one-on one interaction with artists for a better understanding of their training, backgrounds, creativity, and inspirations"

The Institute takes place at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, WY - July 19-23.

College credit is available - register for class AIST-4990:


Contact Gretchen Henrich to register without credit or for SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION: or 307.578.4061

For further information, contact the Institute Director, Emma I. Hansen: 307-578-4052, 


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