Coming up at museum

Museum at Warm Springs logoWarm Springs artist Travis Bobb will have his own exhibit this year at the museum. His paintings and drawings are a creative and funny reflection of the life and character of the reservation.

Travis’ cartoons are a regular feature in this publication. He made the Spilyay logo.

His show at the Museum at Warm Springs will feature about 20 of paintings plus pen-and-ink drawings, said Natalie Kirk, museum curator. Travis’ show, Quiet Strength, is set to open in April.

Youth exhibit

Later this month the museum will feature the Twenty-Second Annual Tribal Youth Art Exhibit: Young at Art. The show opens on January 22, and runs through March.

Young at Art features traditional, contemporary and classroom art created by tribal youth, from toddlers to high school.

Main exhibit

The main exhibit at the museum for 2015, opening in June, will be: Royal Legacy—Honoring the Miss Warm Springs of Our Past and Present.

“As role models to young ladies, Miss Warm Springs has represented the beauty and culture of our tribes,” the show description says.

“Learn about the protocol, history and responsibilities of bring Miss Warm Springs.”