Jan. 2 – Feb. 27, 2018
Nathan Brown has been keeping journals since he was a young boy. He has spent his entire life writing and being inspired by his visual surroundings – whether that be art or the people and landscapes he meets and visits in his travels.
He has been a creative writing instructor at the Heritage Center since 2010. Nathan works with sixth graders to hone their writing skills, by using the art and artifacts found throughout the museum. He also teaches at other schools and museums around the country. This will be his second show at the Heritage Center. His first focused on his photographs of rural Oklahoma and destinations traveled. This time, he’ll have new images to share, but the main exhibit will be his journals.
Youth Art Month:
Building Community Through Art
This is the annual Youth Art Month exhibit, featuring area high school student artists. Youth Art Month is a nationwide program and the Heritage Center serves as regional site host.
The show includes paintings, drawings, mixed media, pottery and other artistic endeavors created by the students. Students are from Duncan, Marlow, Comanche school districts.
Other area schools can also participate.
Contact Leah at (580) 252-6692 for more information on this show or how you can enter art for your students in the 2018 show, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org