About this Event

Two visitors looking through a glass case in the exhibition

Two visitors at the exhibition opening party of Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass – June 2023 (Photo by Kendra Cremin)

Come to WAM for FREE admission to all of the museum’s galleries, including the featured exhibition Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass.

The groundbreaking, first-of-its-kind exhibition celebrates Native artists working in a dynamic medium. Powerful, majestic, and stirring, the show features 115 works of art by 29 Native American artists and four Pacific Rim artists. The pliable, translucent material of glass is ideal for Native artists looking to re-interpret traditional stories and express contemporary issues affecting tribal societies.

Join a few of the ‘Family ARTventure’ activities associated with this exhibition:

11 am to 3 pm:
Glassblowing demos with Eva Cummings and Ethan Hall
11:30 – Performance by Wichita War Dancer
12:30 – Shuttles to the Mid-America All-Indian Museum run until 3 pm

Thanks to Colby Sandlian of Sandlian Realty for supporting this free Saturday. In addition, thanks to the generous support of Colby Sandlian, Sandlian Realty, more than 40 public libraries in the metro area and across the state offer access to check out passes to all temporary exhibitions at WAM for FREE! Visit your library and check out your pass today!