Melissa Cody is a 4th generation textile artist from the Navajo Nation of northern Arizona. Cody is recognized for fusing eclectic contemporary themes and traditional Navajo tapestry design. Her weaving style incorporates vivid color schemes and sharp geometric overlay to enhance the appearance of 3-dimensional planes. Her work focuses on intentionally reclaiming traditional Navajo imagery such as the sacred Whirling Log symbol. Her work has been included in numerous museums and galleries including The Minneapolis Institute of Art, The Stark Museum, The Autry Museum of the American Southwest, and The Heard Museum.
Please join us Monday, November 16th for a Visiting Artist Lecture with Melissa Cody.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.