Plains Indian Museum
9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Award-winning Wisconsin artist John Hitchcock joins us as artist-in-residence the week of July 24–July 28. From 9 a.m.–3 p.m. each day, Hitchcock demonstrates his work and technique while chatting with visitors in the Center’s Plains Indian Museum.
About the artist
Hitchcock received his bachelor of fine arts from Cameron University in his hometown of Lawton, Oklahoma. He later earned his master of fine arts in printmaking and photography at Texas Tech University in Lobbock, Texas. Currently, he is an artist, professor, and Associate Dean of the Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he teaches screenprinting, relief cut, and installation art.
His work has been featured at numerous prestigious national and international institutions. Hitchcock uses the print medium “to explore relationships of community, land, and culture.” Furthermore, his “works on paper and multimedia installation consist of prints and moving image that mediate the trauma of war and the fragility of life.”
To find out more about Hitchcock, visit his website.
The Center of the West’s summer educational programs are supported in part by an award from the Wyoming Arts Council through funding from the National Endowment for the Arts; and by a generous grant from the R. Harold Burton Foundation.