Celebrate the Story: "Lillian Pitt: Art and Native American Legends"

“Lillian Pitt: Art and Native American Legends,” part of the Celebrate the Story series at The History Museum, 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the atrium gallery. Pitt is a Pacific Northwest Native American artist whose ancestors lived in and near the Columbia River Gorge for more than 10,000 years. She will share how this ancestry, through petroglyphs, pictographs, legends, beaded bags and baskets, inspires her work. Learn how petroglyphs, which have been in the Gorge for thousands of years, continue to teach her how resilient we are. Cost to attend is free for museum members and $5 general admission for non-members. For more info contact the museum at 541-386-6772 or thmvolunteer@hrecn.net.


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