Grab a stool and listen to invited artisans discuss their craft. Artist Anita Fields creates works of clay and textile that reflect the worldview of her Native Osage culture. Field’s practice explores the complexities of cultural influences and the intersections of balance and chaos. Her art creates narratives that asks viewers to consider other ways of seeing and being in an effort to understand our shared existence. Landscapes, environment and the influences of nature are themes found throughout the work of Anita Fields. Currently a 2017—2020 fellow with the Kaiser Foundation Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Fields will share about her pieces included in the Spiro and the Art of the Mississippian World exhibition. Free for members or with Museum admission.