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Online Lecture – Places of Power

January 21, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Beginning in January, the Sam Noble Museum will feature a new temporary exhibit, Places of Power: Painted Photographs of Sacred Landscapes by Corson Hirschfeld. Opening on Jan. 6 in the museum’s second-floor Higginbotham gallery, the exhibit will feature breathtaking, hand-painted photographs of ancient, sacred spaces including cultural and archaeological sites, cultural landscapes and petroglyphs from over 20 different countries.

Several of the sites are in the four-corners region of the Southwest. To celebrate the opening and enrich the exhibit, Kelley Hays-Gilpin, curator of anthropology at the Museum of Northern Arizona and professor of anthropology at Northern Arizona University, will present an online lecture on sacred places in the Southwest, including rock art. The Sam Noble Museum will co-host this presentation with the Oklahoma Public Archaeology Network. The event will be free, but advance registration is required. More information on how to register will be available online soon. 


January 21, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Sam Noble Museum
2401 Chatauqua Ave
Norman, OK 73072 United States
(405) 325-4712