Native Art of the Americas: Exhibit Opening Reception

Native Art of the Americas: Exhibit Opening Reception
Date and time
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM, October 18, 2017

Please join us in Meyer Library as students, faculty and supporters responsible for "Native Art of the Americas" come together for an opening reception of the exhibit.

Featuring art and artifacts from throughout the Americas, this exhibit reflects the research and interpretation of Dr. Billie Follensbee’s advanced art history students from the 2016-2017 courses ART 385: Art of the Americas and ART 485: Art of Mesoamerica. In these integrated Citizenship and Service-Learning classes, the students worked with objects on loan from the Ralph Foster Museum, the History Museum on the Square, the Zinn collection, the Ballweg collection and the Hernandez collection, as well as other private collections.

This event is free and open to the public.

Special Collections and Archives in Meyer Library is pleased to support Dr. Follensbee and her students by providing study space and conservation facilities, as well as developing the current exhibit showcasing the students’ work.

For more information or to receive a visitor parking permit for that day, contact Special Collections at or 417-836-5428.

The exhibit continues through Jan. 19, 2018. 

Event sponsor
Open to public, current students, faculty, staff