The Pequot Museum presents Comic Art Indigène, an exhibition examining how a generation of Native artists has embraced comics as an expressive medium.
As the first widely accessible mass media, comics were consumed by Indian people as a recognizable form of storytelling, expressing cultural stories through pictures.
Comic Art Indigène explores how American Indian artists today articulate identity, art, worldview, politics, and culture through sequential comic art. In the Mashantucket Gallery. Free with Museum admission, free to Museum members.