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Art Class with Al Hubbard

July 25 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm MDT

Al Hubbard, "The Everyday," 2024. Mixed media on canvas, 14 x 11 inches.

Al Hubbard, mixed media art classCommunity Art Class

with Artist-in-Residence Al Hubbard

Thursday, July 25, 2024
4–5:30 p.m.

Join us for a Community Art Class taught by Northern Arapaho/Navajo artist Al Hubbard. on Thursday, July 25 from 4–5:30 p.m. This free, mixed-media art class is open to the community and visitors ages eight and above (children must be accompanied by an adult).

Hubbard is also serving as artist-in-residence each day from July 22–26 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. in our Plains Indian Museum. He explores Indigenous culture and spirituality through contemporary and Pop styles. During his residency, Hubbard will demonstrate his work and technique while chatting with visitors.

There are limited seats available for this class, so please register in advance.

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Al Hubbard, "Indian Artifact Plate 1," 2024. Mixed media on canvas.
Al Hubbard, “Indian Artifact Plate 1,” 2024. Mixed media on canvas.
About the Artist
Al Hubbard
Al Hubbard

Al Hubbard is a Northern Arapaho and Navajo multi-media artist born in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Central Wyoming College in Riverton, Wyoming.

Al’s range of projects have included painting, installation and printmaking. The unique manipulation mix of materials consists of image-transfers, acrylic mediums, and collage elements, reflect the complexity and multi-levels of living as a Native American in today’s world. His work combines stories, memory, and iconography of the Northern Arapaho and Navajo nations. Connecting these elements into his own visual language creates a direct link to the preservation of the past, living today, and preparing
for the future.

Al currently resides on the Wind River Reservation in central Wyoming. He continues to inspire others as he creates and produces bodies of work that challenges and redefines institutional Native American art.


July 25
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm MDT
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