Past Exhibitions

Go to Okizi (To Heal)

Image credit: Featured artwork from Racquel Banaszak, Kent Estey, Keith BraveHeart, Stina Folkebrant Tomas Colbengtson and Delia Touché

Feb 1, 2024 – Apr 13, 2024

Okizi (To Heal)

Okizi (To Heal) is a group exhibition in partnership with the American Swedish Institute on the healing impacts of cultural revitalization.

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 | Group Show
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Go to Aabijijiwan / Ukeyat yanalleh
Oct 12, 2023 – Jan 13, 2024

Aabijijiwan / Ukeyat yanalleh

A collaborative exhibition on the planetary life-force known as the Misi-ziibi (Big River, Ojibwe) featuring artists Karen Goulet and Monique Verdin.

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 | Karen Goulet and Monique Verdin
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Go to Inde Wiisagendam (My Heart Hurts)

Image credit: Laura Youngbird, My Heart Hurts, 2020

Jul 14, 2023 – Sep 9, 2023

Inde Wiisagendam (My Heart Hurts)

Inde Wiisagendam (My Heart Hurts) is a solo exhibition by Laura Youngbird (Minnesota Chippewa, Grand Portage Band). Using the dress as a metaphor, her work addresses a wide range of social issues, injustices and biases. Through mixed media — combining drawing, painting and prints — Laura explores the dress as a consistent and important symbol in her work, as this simple garment contains layer upon layer of meaning. The works in this series examine mixed emotions and themes such as common thread, loose ends, and threadbare.

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 | Laura Youngbird
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Go to Piitwewetam: Making Is Medicine

Installation view of the "Piitwewetam: Making is Medicine" exhibit at All My Relations Arts. Image: Tj Turner Pictures

Apr 10, 2023 – Jun 10, 2023

Piitwewetam: Making Is Medicine

This commemorative art exhibition curated by Leanna and Jean Marshall – presents artwork by the Gustafson family: Shannon, Ryan, Justine, and Jade. The exhibition honors their son and brother, Piitwewetam (Rolling Thunder), also known as the late Jesse Gustafson who traveled to the spirit world after a car accident in 2015.

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Go to Rosy Simas Danse: she who lives on the road to war
Oct 6, 2022 – Dec 15, 2022

Rosy Simas Danse: she who lives on the road to war

she who lives on the road to war is an immersive installation and dance performance created by Rosy Simas in response to global loss and the collective need to come together in peace and reconciliation. The project takes its title from one of the names of Haudenosaunee historical figure Jigonhsasee, whose wisdom and vision helped Hiawatha and the Peacemaker bring the Nations together as the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. she who lives on the road to war is a place for visitors to rest, grieve, condole and meditate.

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 | Rosy Simas
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Additional Past Shows

  • Noojimo, a group exhibition curated by Hilary Kempenich, July 19 – September 17, 2022
  • We Are Still Here, Featuring Ray Janis, Sheldon Starr, Missy Whiteman, May 24 – July 2, 2022
  • Avenues of Creation, Solo exhibition by Steven Premo, February 14 – April 16, 2022
  • biskaabiiyang (returning to ourselves), a group exhibition curated by Juleana Enright, October 14 – December 11, 2021
  • yödoishëndahgwa’geh (a place for rest), an installation by Rosy Simas Danse, August 9 – September 21, 2021
  • Inherent Right, a solo exhibition by Peter Williams, April 26 – June 26, 2021
  • Seed Stories, a duo exhibition by Holly Young and Xavier Tavera, March 8 – 27, 2021
  • Bring Her Home: Sacred Womxn of Resistance, a group exhibition curated by Reyna Hernandez, November 2020 – February 2021
  • Rights of the Child, a solo exhibition by Moira Villiard, February 20 – April 19, 2020
  • Foresight: 20 Years of Mitakuye Oyasin, group exhibition, December 3, 2019 – February 2, 2020