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Actor, artist, and Board Member of the American Indian Film Institute, Michael Horse will kick off the Briscoe’s 2016 Voices of the West: Distinguished Lecture Series speaking on the evolving roles and representations of Native Americans in TV and film. Horse is best known for the role of Deputy Tommy ‘Hawk’ Hill in the popular '90s TV series Twin Peaks, a role he will revisit in the new version of the series currently in production.

Through this ongoing series, the Briscoe Museum invites key influencers - scholars, writers, artists, activists, and policy makers - to illuminate diverse perspectives on the history and future of the American West.

The 5:30 pm Member Reception will be followed by a 6:30 pm lecture.

Actor, artist, and Board Member of the American Indian Film Institute, Michael Horse will kick off the Briscoe’s 2016 Voices of the West: Distinguished Lecture Series speaking on the evolving roles and representations of Native Americans in TV and film. Horse is best known for the role of Deputy Tommy ‘Hawk’ Hill in the popular '90s TV series Twin Peaks, a role he will revisit in the new version of the series currently in production.

Through this ongoing series, the Briscoe Museum invites key influencers - scholars, writers, artists, activists, and policy makers - to illuminate diverse perspectives on the history and future of the American West.

The 5:30 pm Member Reception will be followed by a 6:30 pm lecture.

Actor, artist, and Board Member of the American Indian Film Institute, Michael Horse will kick off the Briscoe’s 2016 Voices of the West: Distinguished Lecture Series speaking on the evolving roles and representations of Native Americans in TV and film. Horse is best known for the role of Deputy Tommy ‘Hawk’ Hill in the popular '90s TV series Twin Peaks, a role he will revisit in the new version of the series currently in production.

Through this ongoing series, the Briscoe Museum invites key influencers - scholars, writers, artists, activists, and policy makers - to illuminate diverse perspectives on the history and future of the American West.

The 5:30 pm Member Reception will be followed by a 6:30 pm lecture.

WHEN

WHERE

The Briscoe Western Art Museum
210 W. Market St.
San Antonio, TX 78205
http://BriscoeMuseum.org/

TICKET INFO

Free admission for Briscoe Members; $10 for non-members.
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