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Mni Art Wall Presents Sing Our Rivers Red Traveling Earring Exhibition

Presents Sing Our Rivers Red Traveling Earring Exhibition: Raising Awareness of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women The Sing Our Rivers Red (SORR) events aim to bring awareness to the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and colonial gender based violence in the United States and Canada....

NACDI/ AMRA announces the departure of Dyani White Hawk Polk

  The Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI) and All My Relations Arts (AMRA) announces the departure of Dyani White Hawk Polk from the organization as Gallery Director/Curator on March 17th, 2015. Mrs. White Hawk Polk has chosen to pursue a career as a full-time artist...

ROSALIE FAVELL: RELATIONS

     On view: December 12 - February 20, 2015 Opening reception: Friday, December 12, 6 - 8pm Artist Talk: December 12th 6:30-7:00, Q & A to follow Favell has exhibited extensively throughout Canada, the US,
and other international venues. Her works can be found in numerous institutions...

Presentation: Anishinaabe and Dakota works from the collection of the National Museum of the American Indian

  [caption id="attachment_1251" align="alignnone" width="340"] Sisitonwan Dakota, Table Cloth (detail), 1900-1910, National Museum of the American Indian, 120814[/caption] With the largest collection of Native American items in the world, the National Museum of the American Indian works directly with Native communities on its exhibitions, programs, and educational...