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Park Billboards: Steven Paul Judd

May–October 2024
Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park

Self-taught artist and filmmaker Steven Paul Judd (Kiowa/Choctaw) works across media, creating paintings, murals, mosaics, street art, posters, stickers, and T-shirt designs. His work disrupts American Indian stereotypes, often using humor, and reinterprets Native imagery through a pop culture lens.

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Judd participated in the Disney/ABC writing fellowship program in Los Angeles in 2008 and was a staff writer for the Disney XD series Zeke and Luther before transitioning to visual art and filmmaking. He has received a United States Artists fellowship and several Emmy nominations. He is based in Oklahoma City.

View more of Judd’s work in the exhibition To Take Shape and Meaning: Form and Design in Contemporary American Indian Art.


This installation is presented in conjunction with the exhibition To Take Shape and Meaning: Form and Design in Contemporary American Indian Art, on view in the NCMA galleries through July 28.

Commissioned by the North Carolina Museum of Art and made possible, in part, by the Hartfield Foundation; Libby and Lee Buck; the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources; the North Carolina Museum of Art Foundation, Inc.; and the William R. Kenan Jr. Endowment for Educational Exhibitions.

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