The Boise Art Museum presents a panel discussion focusing on the exhibition Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain. Learn more about heritage, culture, storytelling, transformation, and identity as a curator, a gallery owner, an artist, and a psychologist discuss the life and work of Native American artist Rick Bartow.
This special panel discussion will be held at:
Boise State University Student Union Building (2nd floor, room “Simplot A”)
1700 University Drive, Boise, ID 83706 (map)
PARKING | $2.00 flat rate parking is available at BSU’s Lincoln Garage on the corner of University Dr. and Lincoln Ave. You will need your license plate number at the payment kiosk. Select “purchase ticket” and then select the “BAM Speaker” option. You do not need to place the receipt on your dashboard.
Charles Froelick | Owner, Froelick Gallery, Portland, Oregon
Froelick was Bartow’s gallerist and friend for more than 20 years.
Lillian Pitt | Pacific Northwest Native American Artist
The focus of Pitt’s work draws from more than 12,000 years of Native American history and tradition of the Columbia River region. Ms. Pitt was a close friend of the artist.
Dr. Mary Pritchard | BSU Psychology Department Faculty Member
Pritchard’s research specializes in the ways disordered thinking can affect our behaviors, how other people influence us to think, feel, and behave in certain ways, as well as how outside influences affect our sense of self.
Moderator | Danielle Knapp | McCosh Associate Curator, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Knapp co-curated the exhibition Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain.
Sponsored by All Seasons Mental Health
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Idaho Humanities Council, a State-based program of the National Endowment for the Humanities.