About the program
Lillian Pitt is one of the most highly regarded Native American artists in the Pacific Northwest. Primarily a sculptor and mixed media artist, her lifetime of works includes artistic expressions in clay, bronze, wearable art, prints, and most recently, glass. Her work draws on more than 12,000 years of Native American history and tradition of the Columbia River region, and is aimed at giving voice to her people.
The meeting will open at 6:30 p.m. with library and social time. We will call to order at 7:00 p.m. for Guild announcements, member sharing, and the monthly program.
About the presenter
Lillian is a Native American artist from the Big River (Columbia River) region of the Pacific Northwest. Born on the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon, she is a decedent of Wasco, Yakama, and Warm Springs people. Her works have been exhibited and reviewed regionally, nationally, and internationally. Her awards include the 2007 Earle A. Chiles Award for Lifetime Achievement, and the 1990 Governor's Award of the Oregon Arts Commission, which declared that she had made "significant contributions to the growth and development of the cultural life of Oregon."
Who can attend
The Guild's monthly programs are free and open to all Guild members. Guests considering membership are also welcome to attend a program before deciding to join. Not a member? Join the Guild today!