Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Autumn 2014 Newark Earthworks Center Events

Newark Earthworks Octagon.
Newark Earthworks, Octagon.
Autumn Semester: My Dream Show Exhibit by Candi Wesaw


Candi Wesaw is from Hartford, Michigan and a citizen of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indian Nation. She has is deeply connected to her culture, heritage, and the arts. Ms. Wesaw works in multiple mediums and formats, including illustration, textiles, photography, and traditional native arts. She has also illustrated a series of children’s books about the Potawatomi, and is motivated
 to share her talent with youngsters to promote mutual cultural understandings. 

For more information about artist Candi Wesaw, click here.
Examples of her work can be found, here.

Newark, OH 43055

September 30, 2014: Lecture Series: The Newark Earthworks
and World Heritage

Lecture Series: The Newark Earthworks and World Heritage 2014 Flyer

Dr. Brad Lepper, of Ohio History Connection, will be giving a lecture about 
Why the Newark Earthworks Qualify for World Heritage: Universal Human Value.

Classroom 175, Warner Library
1219 University Drive
Newark, OH 43055

For more information, contact us at earthworks@osu.edu 
or at 740-364-9584.

October 7, 2014: Lecture Series: The Newark Earthworks 
and World Heritage

Lecture Series: The Newark Earthworks and World Heritage 2014 Flyer

Dr. Jarrod Burks, of Ohio Valley Archaeology, will be giving a lecture about 
Going High Tech to Study the Newark Earthworks: Putting Remote Sensing Tools to Work.

Classroom 175, Warner Library
1219 University Drive
Newark, OH 43055

For more information, contact us at earthworks@osu.edu 
or at 740-364-9584.

October 12, 2014: Octagon Open House
Octagon Open House Flyer October 2014

The grounds of the Octagon State Memorial will be open to the public
 for general strolling and viewing from sunrise to sunset.
Guided tours will be provided by the Newark Earthworks Center 
from 1-4 PM.
Special Guests Include:
 Candi Wesaw and other citizens of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indian Nation.
Octagon State Memorial
125 N. 33rd St.
Newark OH 43055
For more information, contact us at earthworks@osu.edu .
If you would like to book a group tour, please call 740-364-9584.


October 12, 2014: Reception for My Dream Show 

by Candi Wesaw
7 PM.
Admissions is free and open to the public.
The art exhibit runs from August 27th through December 8th, 2014.

Candi Wesaw is from Hartford, Michigan and a citizen 
of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indian Nation.
Wesaw is deeply connected to her culture, heritage, and the arts. 

She works in multiple mediums and formats; 
including illustrations, textiles, photography, 
and traditional native arts.


Newark, OH 43055

Refreshments will be served.

This event is graciously sponsored by: The Newark Earthworks Center- The Ohio State University at NewarkThe Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indian NationThe American Indian Studies Program at The Ohio State UniversityThe Ohio History ConnectionThe Cultural Arts & Events Committee- The Ohio State University at Newark.

For more information, contact Dr. John Low, JD, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, 
Department of Comparative Studies at low.89@osu.edu 

Tours of the Great Circle Earthworks and Flint Ridge.
The Newark Earthworks Center employs four trained tour guides (two certified teachers & two Native Americans) who give tours for K-12 classes & other groups.
Admission is $5 per person except for teachers & aids.
Approximately 2, 500 school children participate each year.
For more information visit our Ancient Ohio Experience page or email us.
 Call 740-345-8224 to schedule a tour.
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