Thu, Feb 20|
Walter Anderson Museum of Art
Feasting, Crafting, and Tattooing: Ancient Native American Ritual
Archaeologist Tony Boudreaux delivers an in-gallery lecture on the history of Native American tattooing based on his work at a North Carolina Woodland site.
Time & Location
Feb 20, 2020, 6:00 PM
Walter Anderson Museum of Art, 510 Washington Ave, Ocean Springs, MS 39564, USA
About The Event
Archaeologist Tony Boudreaux delivers an in-gallery lecture on the history of Native American tattooing based on his work at a North Carolina Woodland site. Tony Boudreaux is Director of the Center for Archaeological Research and Associate Professor of anthropology at the University of Mississippi. His research has focused on Native American architecture, public monuments, community organization, and ritual during the late pre-contact through Contact periods in the southeastern United States. Cost: Free to the public. Held in conjunction with the exhibition, Bloodlines: Matt Stebly, showcasing the art of Matt Stebly and exploring the history of Gulf South tattooing. Sponsored by the law firm of Fisher Phillips.