When I Remember I See Red

Crocker Art Museum

"When I Remember I See Red: American Indian Art and Activism in California" features contemporary art by First Californians and other American Indian artists with strong ties to the state. Spanning the past five decades, the exhibition of 70+ works highlights recurring themes explored by 40 pioneers and emerging artists who combine art with activism as they embrace issues of identity, politics, and injustice.

This is what SF/Arts curator Christian L. Frock has to say about When I Remember I See Red :

This exciting survey features work by more than forty First Californian and other American Indian artists spanning the last five decades. The roster considers the complexities of identity with some Californian artists working outside the state and several artists of non-California tribes working within California -- as well as pioneering artists such as Rick Bartow and James Luna.

Event Info
Oct 20 → Jan 26
Tues through Sun 10am - 5pm. Thurs 10am - 9pm. Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day
Adults $12, Seniors/College Students/Military $8, Youth (6-17) $6, Children (5 and under) free
Crocker Art Museum/Sacramento
216 O Street, Sacramento
Info: 9168087000
Venue: (916) 808-7000
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