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Holding Space for Native Art and Community with Curator Kalyn Fay Barnoski

Kalyn Fay Barnoski (Cherokee Nation enrollee, Muscogee Creek descent) is an interdisciplinary artist, musician, curator, and educator from Oklahoma. The assistant curator at the Philbrook Museum of Art, Kalyn shares what’s going well — and what work still lies ahead — when it comes to curating native art in 2023. Get episode 10 of season 4 of “The Art of Curation” podcast right here, along with everything else Kalyn mentioned in the conversation.

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    Philbrook curator Kalyn Fay Barnoski (Cherokee Nation enrollee, Muscogee Creek descent) shares what’s going well — and what work still lies ahead — …

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