More than 100 Haskell students to participate in art show on campus

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Students at Haskell Indian Nations University are set to showcase their original pieces at an upcoming campus art show.

David Titterington, Haskell art instructor, said more than 100 students will be participating. Students will mostly be showing two-dimensional artwork, such as paintings.


The show will mark Haskell’s first in-person art show for students since 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

Although art won’t be for sale during the show, Titterington said potential buyers will be encouraged to reach out to artists directly or contact him via email at 

The Haskell Art Show is scheduled for 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1 at Seattle Hall on Haskell’s campus, located at 155 Indian Ave. The show is free to attend and open to the public. View this campus map for help with directions.

Stay updated with the art show on Haskell’s art Instagram page, @hinuarts.

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