SCC exhibit highlights Native American art

The November art display at Southwestern Community College’s Balsam Lobby on the Jackson Campus celebrates Native American Month. 

Students from SCC’s Oconaluftee Institute for Cultural Arts will display their recent work through Dec. 1. The work includes examples from the Drawing I, Design I and Printmaking I classes

OICA director Jeff Marley said the prints are significant since they are the first work from the new printing press that was delivered in August. In addition to Bark, students exhibiting work include Carrie Atkinson, Jon Alderman, Deana Burchett, Sheila Creed, Amelia Haynes and Samantha Newhouse. For more information contact Marley at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 828.497.3945.

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