The Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park will host Native artist Rowan D. Harrison on Saturday, September 28, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Harrison will share his art with museum visitors and answer their questions.
Harrison (Navajo/Pueblo of Isleta) is a potter and painter. He coils and burnishes his pottery by hand, and paints his pottery free-hand using designs inspired by his cultural heritage and those of other cultures from around the world.
In addition to his ceramics, Rowan also creates pen and ink drawings extrapolated from his pottery designs.
His artwork has won awards at the Prescott Indian Art Market, Santa Fe Indian Market, Hillcrest Festival of Fine Arts, and the Heard Museum’s Indian Fair and Market.
The Antelope Valley Indian Museum SHP exhibits more than 4,000 objects created by the American Indian peoples of southern California, Arizona, and New Mexico.
Visitors also enjoy the nature trail, gift shop, and picnic area. Pets are not allowed.
Admission: $3 for adults. Children 12 and under are free.
The Antelope Valley Indian Museum is located at 15701 East Ave. M, Lancaster 93535 (near Lake Los Angeles).
Directions: From the 14 Freeway in Lancaster, go east on Avenue K to 150th Street East. Turn right and go south for two miles to Avenue M. Turn left and go east on Avenue M for 1 mile to the museum.
For more information, phone the museum at 661-946-3055 (711 TTY relay service), or visit our website at www.avim.parks.ca.gov. Join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AVIndianMuseum.