Mackenzie Mullins is an undergraduate student at OU and an avid illustrator. Her work (and life) is glittery, a little anachronistic, and unapologetically, intersectionally feminist. She plans to study Studio Art and then head into a career in concept art/visual development after college. You can find more of her art at bluewitching.tumblr.com!
SLAM THE STIGMA: OUr Mental Health Open Mic When: Tuesday, November 29th at 7PM Where: Meacham Auditorium in the Union Focused on the central theme of mental health awareness, this event will feature poetry, prose, personal experiences, art, and music from the OU community. Be There: Dance Show When: Wednesday … [Read more…]
The Gourd Dancer J. Nicole Hatfield Acrylic and spray paint on canvas Contemporary American painter J. Nicole Hatfield is a Native Oklahoman who draws her inspiration from old historical photographs of her proud tribal women. By painting them she feels she not only acknowledges them as well as honors them by giving them a voice in … [Read more…]
Blood Talon Claybrook Photo series and video The Dawes Act gave the US government control over tribal lands. To receive an allotment, Native people were forced to participate in a blood quantity process. Government officials determined how much Indian blood each tribal member possessed. In Blood, I forced participants to go through a similar process … [Read more…]