Grab a stool and listen to invited artisans discuss their craft. Jereldine Redcorn is recognized nationally and internationally for reviving Caddo Pottery. Her designs are especially inspired by prehistoric Native American decorative motifs from the Spiro Mounds. Her bottle “Intertwining Scrolls” was selected by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for permanent display in the White House Oval Office. A self-taught artist, Redcorn imbues each piece with her own aesthetic; while many of her vessels bear traceable references to motifs and pottery styles found in the archaeological record, they are uniquely modern creations. Join Redcorn as she shares about her pieces included in the Spiro and the Art of the Mississippian World exhibition. Free for members or with Museum admission.