Native American Representation in Pop Art
Steven Paul Judd
Thursday, 06 Apr 2017 at 7:00 pm – Kocimski Auditorium, 101 College of DesignSteven Paul Judd is a Kiowa and Choctaw visual artist, filmmaker, and screenwriter based in Oklahoma. His mash-ups of Native experiences and disposable American pop culture are both clever and humorous, offering a unique perspective on and from within Native American culture. His creations include paintings, prints, poster art, photography, and t-shirt designs. Judd has also written and directed a number of films, including the shorts “Ronnie BoDean,” “Shhh!” and “Search for the World’s Best Indian Taco.” The 2017 Richard Thompson Memorial Lecture
Interview with Steven Paul Judd in the Santa Fe Recorder, August 19, 2015 (By Enrique Limón)
- American Indian Studies Program
- College of Design
- David & Hannah Gradwohl
- Multicultural Student Leadership Council
- Richard Thompson Memorial Lecture Fund
- Student Art Club
- United Native American Student Association
- Committee on Lectures (funded by Student Government)
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