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Gallery Exhibits & Talks

The Center for Western Studies presents in the Madsen/Nelson/Elmen Galleries:

25th Annual Northern Plains Indian Art Market Exhibit

A collaborative program featuring the art of NPIAM artists since 1988
September 6 - November 30, 2012

Reception September 26, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Four Color by Richard Red Owl

Frank and Jan GibbsIn honor of the Market’s 25th annual show, the Center for Western Studies at Augustana presents the “25th Annual Northern Plains Indian Art Market Exhibit,” a collaborative program featuring the art of NPIAM artists since 1988:

Roger Broer
An enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Nation, Broer has received 50 awards in art shows such as the Northern Plains Indian Market, Trail of Tears, and the Red Cloud Show. In addition to creating art, he also conducts workshops throughout the U.S. He resides in Hill City, S.D.

Jackie Sevier
A mixed media artist, Sevier is an enrolled member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe who now resides in the Nebraska Sandhills near the small community of Seneca. Her work can be found in private, corporate and university collections throughout the United States and in Japan, Australia, Germany and Great Britain.

Paul Szabo
A silversmith, Szabo is an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. After spending a decade teaching social studies, art and photography on and around the Rosebud Indian Reservation, he dedicated himself full-time to his art in 1991. He lives near Mission, S.D.

Richard Red Owl
A Oglala artist, Red Owl's work interprets the historic Oglala culture in modern medium. He operates Red Owl Gallery & Studio, located near Kyle, S.D., on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Harvey Rattey
A sculptor, Rattey is an enrolled tribal member of the Little Shell Band of the Chippewa who lives in Glendive, Mont. He and his wife, Pamela Harr, own and operate Bridger Bronze Gallery.

 

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