Delina White, 2014 Regional Artist Fellow for the Upper Plains, is going to be busy this fall in five upcoming exhibitions throughout Minnesota. She’s presenting historical to contemporary women’s dress regalia through display and lectures along with meet-the-artist receptions; catch her event if you can. The event is called, “The Great Lakes Native Woodland Skirts” Project. “The project is giving me the opportunity to do what I have always wanted to do – to make beadwork and clothing that focuses on the historical significance of materials that I love and the beautiful way Native people used those materials to adorn themselves to create a culture identifiable as belonging to the woodlands of the Great Lakes region,” says Delina, member of Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe.
Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Announces Artist Open Call and April 14 Presentation (VANCOUVER, Wash.) – Artists residing in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota or Wisconsin who are creating visual or traditional arts and are enrolled members of Native Nations...Read More
Regional Artists to Create New Native Art (VANCOUVER, Wash.) – Regalia makers, beadwork artists, photographers, painters, sculptors and other American Indian traditional and visual artists living in North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota or Wisconsin are invited by the Native Arts...Read More