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ENCODED: Traditional Patterns/A Contemporary Response creates an opportunity for five contemporary artists to exhibit their work in relation to The Richard E. and Dorothy Rawlings Nelson Collection of American Indian Art. John Hitchcock guest-curated the exhibition.
Hitchcock is a prolific and inventive printmaker and installation artist, a Professor of art at UW-Madison. He is the first guest curator working at the Tweed Museum of Art under the auspices of Perspectives and Parallels: Expanding Interpretative Foundations with American Indian Guest Curators and Arts Writers.
The program is supported by a highly competitive Access to Artistic Excellence Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.