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‘We are Still Here’ Cherokee exhibit

The Haywood County Arts Council in downtown Waynesville has announced July’s exhibition, titled “We are Still Here: Eastern Band of Cherokee.” 

“The show provides an opportunity for Eastern Band of Cherokee artists to share their culture, talents, and skills with our neighbors and our community.  It is also a chance to introduce our neighbors to the diversity and uniqueness of the Cherokee people” said artist/show coordinator Jody Bradley Lipscomb.

The exhibition will run from July 3-31 and feature 10 different artists. Additionally, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday, there will be artists’ demonstrations by the participating exhibition artists: July 3 Gabe Crowe (baskets), July 10 Alica Wildcatt (jewelry), July 17 Loria A. Reed (finger-weaving/beadwork), July 24 Tara McCoy (pottery) and July 31 Jarrett Grey Wildcatt (musician/artist).

www.haywoodarts.org

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