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Jeffrey Veregge: Virtual Artist Talk (Postponed)
Thu, May 14, 2:00 pm–3:00 pm| Free
Join us for the first of five artist talks in our “Indigenous Futurisms Virtual Series” with artist Jeffrey Veregge (Port Gamble S‘Klallam) and MoCNA Senior Manager of Museum Education Winoka Yepa (Diné) for a discussion of Veregge’s artistic journey from growing up on the rez, his artistic process, and current works in progress. The “Indigenous Futurisms Virtual Series” is based on MoCNA’s exhibition Indigenous Futurisms: Transcending Past/Present/Future.
On Thursday, May 14, from 2–3 pm (MST), join us for a Live Stream on IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts’ (MoCNA) Facebook page.
Thursday, May 14, 2020, 2–3 pm (MST)
- 2:00–2:40 pm: Presentation
- 2:40–3:00 pm: Q&A Session
For more information, please contact MoCNA Senior Manager of Museum Education Winoka Yepa (Diné) at (505) 428-5907 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Jeffrey Veregge
Jeffrey Veregge is an award-winning Native American artist and writer from the Port Gamble Reservation, Washington. He is best known for his ability to meld Coastal Salish form-line design with pop culture imagery, which his fans dub “Salish Geek.” Growing up with an extensive collection of comic books and toys from the Science Fiction genre, he has created more than 100 comic book covers in his career, and has worked with prestigious companies like Marvel, IDW, Valiant, Dynamite, Boom!, and Darkhorse Comics. Veregge’s work has been featured in The Huffington Post, Fast Company Magazine, Wired (Germany), Entertainment Weekly, Seattle Times and Magazine, and many others. His current exhibition, of Marvel art, at the Smithsonian in New York City titled, Of Gods and Heroes: The Art of Jeffrey Veregge.