An Evening with Jack Malotte

Nov. 1, 2019

 

Please join the Native UNLV Collaborative for a special Native American Heritage Month event featuring Native artist Jack Malotte.

Mr. Malotte is visiting UNLV following his successful exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art.  Malotte is a Western Shoshone and Washoe artist whose work focuses on the societal, political, and legal issues faced by contemporary Native Americans.  He will join Native American Alumni Club President and MFA candidate, Fawn Douglas, in a conversation about his career as a Native artist working in the Great Basin. Dr. William Bauer, Professor of History, will introduce Mr. Malotte by setting the historical context in which Mr. Malotte produced his artwork.

EVENT SCHEDULE

7:00 pm

Master of Ceremony - Dr. William Bauer, Professor of History

 

Welcome

  • Native American Student Association & Native American Alumni Club

             Miss Native UNLV '19-'20: Cynthia Solis-Murillo

  • American Indian Alliance & American Indian Research & Education Center

Dr. Carolee Dodge-Francis, Associate Professor, School of Public Health

 

Introductions - Dr. William Bauer

 

Jack Malotte - Fawn Douglas, NAAC President

 

Question & Answer Session

 

Gallery Viewing

We hope that you will join us. To register, please click here. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, so please register early. A registration confirmation will be sent one week prior to the event.