Skin(s) – Exhibit at Intermedia Arts in Minneapolis

image: Revisionist History Lesson by Julie Buffalohead

Skin(s) – Visual Art Exhibition at Intermedia Arts in Minneapolis

October 11-November 5, 2016

Skin(s) is an exhibition of artworks by Minnesotans who express multi-dimensional identities from Dakota, Ojibwe, Ponca, Lakota, Navajo, and other indigenous nations. Part of a larger project including dance, film, and a web media project, the Skin(s) exhibition features the work of Hilary Abe, Carolyn Lee Anderson, James Autio, Julie Buffalohead, Andrea Carlson, Elizabeth Day, Aza Erdrich, Marlena Myles, Jonathan Thunder, Maggie Thompson, Rory Wakemup, Dyani White Hawk, and Marne Zafar, and is curated by Heid E. Erdrich. These paintings, prints, sculptures, and films reveal the power and diversity of urban Native artists.
Heid E. Erdrich is the author of seven books. She is also an independent curator and an interdisciplinary artist who often collaborates on short films. Heid teaches in the Low-residency MFA program at Augsburg College. Her next book, Curator of Ephemera at the New Museum for Archaic Research, is due out in early 2017. She is Ojibwe, enrolled at Turtle Mountain.
EXHIBITION DATES: October 11-November 5, 2016
EXHIBITION TIMES: Mondays-Fridays 10AM-6PM & Saturdays 12-5PM
OPENING RECEPTION: October 21, 2016 on Friday at 6:30PM
GALLERY ADMISSION: Sliding scale; $3-10 per person suggested. All proceeds support visual arts programming at Intermedia Arts.
Intermedia Arts, 2822 Lyndale Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55408 | 612.871.4444

• 09/23/2016

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