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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Art of the Osages at UALR's Sequoyah Center

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Norman Akers Uncertain Paradise
  • Norman Akers' "Uncertain Paradise"

The J.W. Wiggins Gallery of the Sequoyah National Research Center is exhibiting the "Contemporary Art of the Osages," work from the collection of Native American art of Dr. J.W. Wiggins.

The show runs through March 28. The gallery is open weekdays in the SNRC, University Plaza, Suite 500, but you can arrange to the see the exhibition on weekends and evenings by calling 569-8336.

Gina Greys Peyote Clan Woman
  • Gina Grey's "Peyote Clan Woman"

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