Native American exhibit opens next week at Sasse
The Sasse Museum of Art, in the basement of the Progress Building, 300 S. Thomas St., Pomona, will begin exhibiting Eric Tippeconnic’s “Sustained Resilience” Saturday, November 11, during the 5 to 9 p.m. Pomona Art Walk. The exhibition runs through Saturday, December 23 and features works by the Comanche Nation member and “pays tribute to the enduring spirit, cultural richness, and artistic innovation of Native American peoples across the United States,” a news release read.
Tippeconnic, the first Comanche to receive a doctorate in the field of history, will present an artist talk from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, November 18. For more information visit erictippeconnic.com.
Also showing at the Sasse are Monica Zavala, a Gabrielino-Tongva Indian Tribe member and an affiliate with the Acjachemen Nation, and Karma Henry, a tribal member of the Fort Independence Indian Community of Paiute Indians. More information is at sasseartmuseum.org.