• Current Exhibitions
    No Time For Despair

    To say that right now is the ideal time to make art that speaks directly to the people about social justice is an understatement. Because the very nature of art is to undertake or assume the role of a healer by shading light on the human condition.

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    Be, Exist

    It has always been the case that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) artists always wear two hats at any given time. That of the artist and that of the activist. Their art offers the richest insights into what moments of social justice they are empowering.

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    She Gives

    In her second solo museum exhibition, artist Dyani White Hawk presents paintings, sculptural beaded works, video installation, printmaking, and photography.

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    The Prismatic Lovers
    of Doktor Thrill

    Doktor Thrill is an enigma. Being the autobiographical and fictitious brainchild of retired Arizona State Painting Professor Earl Linderman, Doktor Thrill is a symbol saturated with wealth and a taste for lust and mystery. Constantly seeking passion, thrill, and beauty in Linderman’s fictional fantasy world, there are three women that are often found alongside the Doktor.

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    Responsibilities and Obligations
    Understanding Mitákuye Oyásʼiŋ

    Responsibilities and Obligations: Understanding Mitákuye Oyásʼiŋ features work by Clementine Bordeaux and Mary V. Bordeaux from Racing Magpie Gallery in Rapid City, South Dakota. Mitákuye Oyásʼiŋ is a phrase in the Lakota language and culture that loosely translates to “we are all related” or “all my relatives.”

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Let’s Get Through This Together is a community fundraising campaign to ensure that the region can continue to depend on the existence of Plains Art Museum and its Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Center for Creativity for years to come. The Museum has taken the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, but will incur approximately $325,000 or more in lost revenue. Let’s get through this together. Please donate today and support your museum so our community can enjoy it tomorrow.

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