Native Impression Exhibit
The exhibit is the product of a collaboration among Princeton University artist Daniel Heyman; printmaker and retired UND art professor Kim Fink; graphic designer Lucy Ganje; and Leigh Jeanotte, a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and Director of UND’s American Indian Student Services.
The team worked with a range of Native people living on North Dakota’s four reservations including business people, farmers, ranchers, teachers, politicians, tribal leaders, and community members. Heyman produced woodcut portraits of each participant, while Ganje interviewed the sitters, collecting their oral histories to develop into accompanying text panels. Fink oversaw printing of the project. Jeanotte served as liaison with community colleges on the reservations to help select and work with participants.
Location: North West Art Center
Date: Thursday, November 2nd - Tuesday, November 28th
Time: Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
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