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October 6 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Oreland “Bo” Joe Jr. will speak on his artistic efforts to educate people and preserve his Native American heritage. He will discuss the traditional foundation of Navajo silversmithing and how it evolved to incorporate modern-day techniques.

Doors open at 5:30 PM (cash bar available)
Program begins at 6:00 PM
Ticketed dinner at 7:15 PM

The Fall Into Art: Elevating Tradition program is Free and OPEN to the PUBLIC! Please register at the link below.

BISTRO DINNER!

Attend just the program or stay and enjoy a Prix fixe Dinner in the Bistro immediately following the program! (Reservations are required.)

Dinner is a choice of Bison New York Strip or Airliner Chicken served with Fried Polenta Cake and Broccolini followed by Navajo Fry Bread topped with Berry Wajapi, Ice Cream and Candied Almond Crunch.

Dinner Tickets – $55 (One drink with dinner, tax, and gratuity are included. Members receive a 10% Discount.)

Dietary restrictions can be accommodated. Please contact Emma at 307-763-5926 or events@thebrintonmuseum.org if you have dietary restrictions.

Oreland "Bo" Joe Jr.

 

Oreland “Bo” Joe Jr. is a Navajo/Ute artist who expresses his culture through traditional crafted jewelry. Born and raised in Shiprock, NM, he studied and developed his art of Navajo silversmithing. His art has evolved into a “hybrid” of traditional and contemporary techniques. The spiritual and ceremonial fundamentals of his culture provide inspiration for his work.