Friends Lecture: Ishkoten Dougi
March 9 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm$10
Ishkoten Dougi (Navajo) • Doors Open at 2:00 PM, Lecture at 2:30 PM
Lecture: Artist Talk | Friends Members: Free; Public: $10 Suggested Donation (Pay at Door)
Ishkoten Dougi was born in Tuba City, Arizona to his father, a Navajo/Hopi/Zuni/Ute, and his Jicarilla Apache mother. He is a mixed medium artist who works in painting, stone sculpture, poetry, graphic design, and has been cast as a background actor/stand in.
Dougi attended the Institute of American Indian Arts in 1996 with a focus on Moving Images. He sold his first works in stone to the Northern Arizona Museum gift shop in 1989. He has been creating art for major shows and museums for over three decades. Dougi’s work can be found locally and internationally.
Dougi reflects on his art to, “create works that find their way to the hands of the collector. One who is versed on the importance of art for future generations to learn and enjoy from.”