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    Cyrus Dallin and Native Americans

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    October 2, 2012


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    Cyrus Dallin and Native Americans

    November 2, 2012, "Cyrus Dallin and Native Americans"
    A talk by Christine Sharbrough,
    Museum Trustee and Independent Scholar
    611 Massachusetts Ave. Arlington, MA 02474
    Cutter Gallery, lower level
    No ticket required. Suggested donation $5
    Cyrus Dallin produced many sculptures of Native Americans during his career of more than fifty years. From his initial experience with the American Indians on the frontier of the Utah Territory, to his Parisian encounter with the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, to his many years of advocacy for their fair treatment, he always saw them as people. Nothing less. Come see a visual presentation of Dallin's sculptures of Native American figures, learn how they compared to those of his contemporaries, and find out why he chose these figures for his sculpture. The museum galleries will be open starting at 6:30 P.M.


    Cyrus Dallin Art Museum

    611 Massachusetts Avenue
    Arlington, MA 02474

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    Admission Info:

    Suggested donation: $5


    General Day and Time Info:

    The museum galleries on the first floor will be open starting at 6:30 P.M. Lecture is located in the lower level near the parking lot.


    Phone: 781-641-0747


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