SHPRS Open House: Featuring Douglas Miles, Apache Artist

Photo of coor hall with an image of Mile Douglas, Apache Artist in front

Join the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies for an open house featuring an inside look into faculty research through a gallery of projects. Meet your professors virtually on a walking tour of offices and mingle with your peers.

We will be joined by Apache artist Douglas Miles for a live art installation. You can also view his movie "Mystery of Now" to find out more about his community, the San Carlos Reservation in southeastern Arizona.

Snacks will be provided. This is an in-person event and all COVID-19 safety measures will be met.

About the Artist

Douglas Miles is a San Carlos Apache-Akimel O'odham painter, printmaker, public speaker and photographer from Arizona, who founded Apache Skateboards and Apache Skate Team. Miles and Apache Skateboards have succeeded in finding new venues for art and skateboarding, blending the arenas of fine art, pop culture and sport. They have successfully challenged outmoded categorization of Native American art based on anthropological perspectives.

*This event is offered as part of a universitywide celebration of Humanities Week hosted by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ASU.*

Rachel Bunning
School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
Coor Hall 4th Floor