All My Relations Arts | Contemporary Native Art in Minneapolis, MN
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    Closing Reception / Open House

    Closing Reception / Open House Thursday, May 26th, 2016, 5 – 7 pm Come celebrate real Indigenous art and food during the closing reception to Aza Erdrich’s SYNTHESIS.  The open house event will feature music from Chastity Brown, foods from Tatanka Truck, and community and all-ages......

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    HOMELAND – A New Project in Placemaking

    Date: May 21st, 9am – 5pm. Homeland: Native Artists Create Together on the Ave Partnership with Springboard for the Arts Native artists of all backgrounds with ties to Homelands in or near the Twin Cities – including storytellers, beaders, quiltmakers, craftspeople, makers, performers, muralists – All My......

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    Mazinibakajige: The art of birch bark biting

    Date: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 | 5 pm – 7pm Join us for an evening discussion and demonstration with birch bark artist Denise Lajimodiere, Turtle Mountain. Denise will discuss her efforts to preserve the art form, as well as her time spent as a Native American......

Give to the Max Day is November 12th!

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Arts are central to American Indian cultures. In most native languages there is no word for art, as it is ingrained in all aspects of the culture. Within the Twin Cities, the arts are a major economic driver and part of the community identity. However, native arts, and particularly those that were created in this region are underrepresented.  All My Relations Arts and Gallery fill a critical space in the Twin Cities arts community, providing high-quality space and consistently recognized shows that raise up native arts from this region and provide access for native artists.


Since 2011 NACDI has presented shows at All My Relations Gallery in the American Indian Cultural Corridor. The work provides a point of connection and conversation for the broader Twin Cities community to engage with the native community and build understanding and awareness for native cultures and challenges the community faces. We see strong potential for native arts in this region, and the Gallery is part of a coordinated set of strategies to develop a stronger and more visible native arts community in the Twin Cities.


Your support of All My Relations Arts ensures that we continue to be able to present quality shows, and provide substantial programming to create and maintain a vibrant arts presence for the native community.