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What makes a sacred place sacred? Petroglyphs, Paintings, and Ancient Dwellings in the Southwest and Hawai’i
“Sacred” means “set apart” from daily life. In what ways are sacred places significant to the people who care for them? On January 21st, Dr. Kelley Hays-Gilpin, curator of anthropology at the Museum of Northern Arizona and professor of anthropology at Northern Arizona University, will explore some of the sacred places depicted in Corson Hirschfeld’s artworks and discuss the cultural contexts of sacred places in the Southwest and Hawai’i. This event will accompany the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History exhibit "Places of Power: Painted Photographs of Sacred Landscapes by Corson Hirschfeld", opening January 6th.

Jan 21, 2021 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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