History Club Presents:
Tuesday, January 17, 5:30 pm
The King’s Speech (movie)
Stout Hall 050
You needn’t be a member of the history club to participate, but, in lieu of an American Studies Student group, AMST students are encouraged to join groups affiliated with the Major and Minor on the Stillwater campus (History club, English club, Sociology club, etc.)
Visual artist Monty Little will give a gallery talk about his work at Living Arts Tulsa. The event is free and open to the public. Details about Little can be found on the Tulsa Artist Fellow website: http://www.tulsaartistfellowship.org/portfolio-posts/monty-little/
Free screening of Navajo Math Circles, a film by George Csicsery. The film, recently broadcast on PBS, is open to the public, will last for one hour and will be followed by a Q&A session led by Tatiana Shubin, the co-founder/co-director of the Navajo Nation Math Circles project
Arigon Starr Flyer — Full details
Arigon Starr, a multimedia artist and enrolled member of the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma, will give a musical performance and lecture at 7 p.m. on Feb. 16 at the OSU-Tulsa Auditorium. The event is free and the public is invited to attend.
She is the guest of Dr. Lindsey Smith, OSU associate professor of English and editor of the American Indian Quarterly, in partnership with the Tulsa Artist Fellowship. The fellowship is a project of the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Starr’s visit is in conjunction with Smith’s OSU-Tulsa course on Native American Studies and the Arts.
Starr is one of the founders of the first Indigenous Comic Con, which took place in Albuquerque last fall. She is the author of Super Indian and the just-released Tales of the Mighty Code Talkers. She will perform several songs and read from her works The Red Road and Super Indian. To learn more about Starr, visit her website.