Artist Corky Clairmont teaches Missoula children about modern Indian art


Artist Corky Clairmont teaches Missoula children about modern Indian art

April 18, 2013 8:00 pm  • 

One minute, Susie Kayser’s fourth-grade class from Lowell School was peppering Corky Clairmont with questions and observations about “Split War Shield,” his mixed-media piece at the Missoula Art Museum.
The next minute, they were talking about the unique system of wildlife overpasses and underpasses on Highway 93 on the Flathead Reservation.
“Did you interpret the red beads (in the tire tread-like frame) as blood from turtles getting runned over?” one 9-year-old asked.  

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Artist Corky Clairmont teaches Missoula children about modern Indian art