Plains Art Museum’s Creativity Among Native American Artists Launches 5 Plain Questions Podcast
For Immediate Release (May 2020)
Fargo, ND – Plains Art Museum’s Creativity Among Native American Artists (CANAA) has launched 5 Plains Questions, a weekly podcast that poses five general questions to Native American Artists, creators, musicians, writers, culture bearers, and all-around movers and shakers.
Interviews are conducted by Joe Williams, Director of Native American Programming at Plains Art Museum. Episodes have featured Gerald Cournoyer, Oglala Lakota artist, Art Director at Bacone College and lead instructor for the NPSAI, as well as Dyani Whitehawk, who’s work is currently featured in the Plains Art Museum exhibition, She Gives.
Produced by Plains Art Museum’s CANAA and edited by Eleven Warrior Arts LLC, 5 Plain Questions episodes can be found on Soundcloud and iTunes.
For more information, please email Joe Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plains Art Museum is the largest art museum in the Dakotas and Western Minnesota. It is general admission free and educationally-focused thanks to strong and growing support from over 800 households and businesses. The Museum manages a permanent collection of over 4,000 objects, organizes and presents dozens of annual exhibitions, facilitates public art projects, and leads over 200 educational programs and experiences for all ages each year. The Museum, and its Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Center for Creativity, is located at 704 First Avenue North in downtown Fargo.
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