Artist Talk | Teri Greeves
Wednesday, October 24, 6pm
Campbell Hall, Room 153
Enrolled with the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, Teri Greeves began beading at eight years old. After growing up on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming where her mother ran a trading post, she eventually graduated from UC Santa Cruz. Greeves began her career as a beadwork artist after winning Best of Show at Santa Fe Indian Market in 1999. She has won awards and honors at Indian Market, the Heard Museum and, in 2003, she received the Dobkin Fellow at the School of American Research. In 2009 she was featured in the PBS television series, Craft in America and in 2016 she was selected as the USA Distinguished Fellow in Traditional Arts. Her work has been exhibited in Changing Hands 2 at the Museum of Art and Design; at the Brooklyn Art Museum’s Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains; in State of the Artat the Crystal Bridges Museum; and recently in Native Fashion Nowat the Peabody Essex Museum. Greeves' work is also included in the collections of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, the British Museum, the Heard Museum, the Brooklyn Art Museum, the Museum of Arts and Design and the Portland Art Museum among others. Greeves lives with her husband and two sons in Santa Fe, NM.
Greeves' work is featured in the exhibition Reflections: Native Art Across Generations. This exhibition is curated by Adriana Greci Green, Curator of Indigenous Arts of the Americas, and brings together historic Native American art drawn from the collections of The Fralin Museum of Art with the work of several distinguished contemporary Native artists. Greeves is a 2018 Mellon Indigenous Arts Visiting Fellow and will be in residence in Charlottesville from Oct. 22-26, 2018.
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