Ogg's Hogan owner to discuss Yavapai basketry at Phippen
Jeff Ogg will be on hand at the Phippen Museum, 4701 Highway 89 North, 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, to discuss Yavapai basketry and the history of Ogg's Hogan trading post. A collector, appraiser, and owner of Ogg's Hogan in downtown Prescott, Jeff is an expert on Native American art and artifacts. His grandfather opened the first Ogg's Hogan in Wickenburg in 1949. Jeff earned a degree in anthropology from the University of Arizona and then spent 25 years buying and selling Native Arts and Crafts for the Fred Harvey Company out of the Grand Canyon. Jeff returned to Prescott in 1998 and opened the current Ogg's Hogan.
This unique heritage presentation is free with general admission, and is designed to enhance the current exhibition of photographs by Edward S. Curtis, running now through Feb. 26. General admission is $7 for adults, $6 for AAA members, $5 for Students with ID and free for museum members and children twelve and under. For additional information on this or any other event at the Phippen, call 778-1385, or visit www.phippenartmuseum.org.