Programs & Events

Native Film SeriesBriscoe Museum 2017 Native Film Series 

The Briscoe Western Art Museum’s 2nd Annual Native Film Series showcases three films that feature diverse Native voices, perspectives, and stories. All were directed, written, produced, and/or star Native Americans. Artist and Southwest School of Art professor Joe Harjo (Muscogee) curated the series and will lead a discussion after each screening. Free Admission 



Tuesday, February 28| 6:30pm
Four Sheets to the Wind (2007/81 min./Rated R)

Tuesday, March 28 | 6:30pm
Reel Injun (2009/88 min./NR)

Tuesday, April 25 | 6:30pm
Winter in the Blood (2013/98 min./ NR)


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