All My Relations Arts | All Exhibits List
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All My Relations Arts Exhibits:

  • Winter 1999 Francis J. Yellow, Lakota Warrior Painter and Sculptor
  • Spring 2000 New Voices, six-year retrospective featuring work by 12 American Indian youth photographers
  • Winter 2000/2001 From Four Directions, multidisciplinary and multi-tribal group show
  • Spring 2001 New Eyes/New Attitude (New Voices)
  • Spring 2001 Dream Catcher, works by Jim Denomie
  • Fall 2001 Juxtaposition, photos by Joe Allen and Edward Curtis
  • Late Spring 2002 Three Sisters, paintings and drawings by Julie Buffalohead, Lisa A. Fifield and Carol Ann Smith
  • Spring 2003 Native Sons: Works by Joe Geshick and Sam English
  • Winter 2004 Seventh Generation: Carrie Ortiz, Patrick Rolo, Thomas Thein and Missy Whiteman.
  • Spring 2004 David Bradley: Restless Native . . . Coming Home
  • Winter 2005 Lisa Fifield: Storyteller
  • Spring 2005 Hanta Po-All Of You Out Of My Way -—A Photographic Retrospective of The American Indian Movement, with photographs by Dick Bancroft
  • Fall 2005 Running Rabbit, paintings by Kevin Red Star
  • Winter 2006 Impacted Nations, a national tour of American Indian art exploring the effect of energy and development policy on Native lands
  • Fall/Winter 2006 City Indians, an original multi-media installation on urban Native life
  • Spring 2007 The Power to Dream: Native American Student Art, traveling show from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Indian Education
  • Summer 2007 Carl Gawboy: 50 Years Standing, paintings and constructions by Minnesota’s master muralist
  • Winter 2008 RE: Generations, Legacy & Tradition
  • Spring 2008 Gifts winners of the national Native American Student Art Competition from the U.S. Office of Indian Education
  • Fall 2008 Two Wings sibling artists Lisa Fifield and Kurt Rusch
  • Winter 2008/09 States, Dates and Place group show in the context of Minnesota’s sesquicentennial of statehood
  • Spring 2009 Tradition’s Circle winners of the national Native American Student Art Competition from the U.S. Office of Indian Education
  • Fall 2009 Ogichidaakwehg: digital images from American Indian Youth
  • Winter 2009/10 Hokah! Ten years of Art, an anniversary show of past exhibitors
  • Spring –Fall 2010, Spring 2011 Original Green: four American Indian artist tell stories of the Mississippi River in textile, painting, and printmaking
  • Winter 2011 Frank Big Bear: From the Rez, to the Hood; to the Lake
  • Summer 2011 THIS IS DISPLACEMENT: Native Artists Consider the Relationship Between Land and Identity
  • Fall 2011 Mni Sota: Reflections of Time and Place
  • Winter 2012 Making New Traditions
  • Spring 2012 SHIJÉÍ/MY HEART: Mixed Media Works by Carolyn Lee Anderson
  • Summer 2012 THE HOPEMAN FAMILY COLLECTION: A SURVEY OF NATIVE AMERICAN ART FROM 1950’s – 2000’s
  • Summer 2012 Ded Unk’unpi: We Are Here
  • Fall 2012 Indian First: Identity Appropriation and Reclamation- Photographic works by Ho-Chunk artist, Tom Jones
  • Winter 2013 Make it Pop
  • Summer 2013 Art from Indian Territory
  • Fall 2013 Found
  • Winter 2014 Where I Fit: Textile Works by Maggie Thompson
  • Summer 2014 On Fertile Ground: Native Artists in the Upper Midwest
  • December 2015 Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay
  • March 2016 Synthesis Paintings by Aza Erdrich
  • June 2016 Reframe Minnesota: Art Beyond a Single Story
  • November 2016 On Fertile Ground: Native Artists in the Upper Midwest
  • March 2017 The Harvest Sturdies Tanya Lukin Linklater
  • May 2017 For Directions
  • February 2018 Bring Her Home: Stolen Daughters of Turtle Island
  • June 2018 The Horse Nation of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ
  • December 2018 Responsibilities and Obligations: Understanding Mitákuye Oyásʼiŋ
  • February 2019 Bring Her Home: Stolen Daughters of Turtle Island 2019
  • July 2019 Changing Horizons
  • December 2019 – February 2020 Foresight: 20 Years of Mitakuye Oyasin