Creative Voices Talk: Winona LaDuke

November 09, 2017, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

In conjunction the exhibition Art of the Resistance we will host renowned Anishinaabe author and environmentalist Winona LaDuke for a special talk. LaDuke is an Anishinaabe economist working on issues of sustainable development, renewable energy, and food systems. She lives and works on the White Earth reservation.

Free and open to the public

Events Calendar

December 2016

Other Exhibitions

Conversation Pieces

June 29, 2017 - July 29, 2018
Selections from the Permanent Collection in Dialogue

Plains Art Museum is home to over 4,000 diverse national, regional and local works of art. Art communicates ideas and feelings between artists and viewers, but art pieces are also often in dialogue with other works of art.

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Recent Work by Hannaher’s, Inc. Print Studio

August 24, 2017 - January 06, 2018
Recent Work by Hannaher’s, Inc. Print Studio

Plains Art Museum is one of the few art museums in the U.S. to have a prominent and dynamic print studio. This exhibition highlights the experimentation that has happened in Hannaher’s, Inc. Print Studio from October 2016 to present.

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The Buffalo in the American Living Room

October 03, 2017 - January 13, 2018

Born in Breckenridge, Minnesota in 1937, Fritz Scholder, a member of the Luiseño Tribe of California, was an influential Native American artist who inspired generations of Native American artists with his commentary on the contemporary Native American experience.

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Jescia Hoffman Hopper

September 14, 2017 - December 14, 2017

Wonderlust is an immersive experience: a mixed media installation intended to take the viewer on a trip through the imagination and back to the childhood realm of impossible worlds.

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September 14, 2017 - January 13, 2018
Recent Work by Linda Whitney

Regalia is an exhibition highlighting the work of Linda Whitney in Plains Art Museum’s Mothers of Invention exhibition series. Mothers of Invention celebrates Midwest women whose artwork deserves greater critical review and elevated art museum audiences.

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