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Resilience Robe

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Clarissa Rizal, Resilience Robe, 2014, merino wool, Museum Purchase: Funds given in memory of Virginia Waterman, © Clarissa Rizal, 2013.43.2

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Title

Resilience Robe

Artist

Clarissa Rizal (Tlingit and American, 1956-2016)

Date

2014

Medium

merino wool

Dimensions (H x W x D)

64 in x 53 in

Collection Area

Native American Art; Modern and Contemporary Art

Category

Northwest Coast

Clothing and Textiles

Object Type

robe

Culture

American

Cultural Group

Tlingit

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Funds given in memory of Virginia Waterman

Accession Number

2013.43.2

Copyright

© Clarissa Rizal

Terms

clothing

fringe

Northwest Coast Native American styles

robes

Tlingit

wool

Location

Belluschi Building

Hoffman Wing

3rd Floor

Art Insight Resource Center

Description

Resilience Robe is a "document" depicting icons of Western influences that changed our Northwest Coast indigenous peoples during the past 300 plus years, as well as Native logos reflecting cultural integration and strength.

- Lily Hope

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