The Exploration of Northwest Coast Indian Art

November 27, 2013

The 27th Annual Faculty Lecture coincides with the series, “Contemporary Issues in Northwest Coast Native American Art,” sponsored by the Burke Museum at the University of Washington. Using over 100 photographs of artworks, Professor Emeritus Bill Holm examines how Northwest Coast Native American Art has been perceived over the generations and what is going on today to understand it.

Bill Holm, professor emeritus, Burke Museum, University of Washington