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On Exhibit thru January 14.
 10 am to 5 pm.



 Lakota Resistance:  
  "The Bison, the Horse, and the River"
 
 
 photographs by Richard Tsong-Taatarii

"Lakota Resistance:The Bison, the Horse, and the River" is a documentary five years in the making, which examines life on the Pine Ridge Reservation and the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests.

From 2013-2015, Richard Tsong-Taatarii visited the expansive Pine Ridge Reservation and documented  the trials and tribulations of life of the Lakota people.In 2016-2017, he traveled numerous times to Standing Rock to witness opposition to DAPL encroaching on treaty lands and going under the Missouri River.  The latter threatened the reservation's only drinking water source.











Free and Open to the Public



Debuts Friday, January 26th in the Main Gallery.


AMERICAN GIRL
photographs by Inna Valin


 

In this series, American Girl: Midwestern Daughter, fine art photographer Inna Valin explores the diverse world of American girls. Focusing on Midwestern region she creates a remarkable honest and tender portrait of the American experience through the eyes of The American daughter.

The series is one part documentary photography, one part autobiography and one part symbolism that reflects the ritual, metaphor and ineffable existential question of the human condition. It is an exploration of the iconography of American girlhood in the tableaux of the modern American landscape. Inna shoots these photographs with reference to her personal experience. Like many people, her start in this life was not easy which gives her insight and experience as an American woman. This deeply influences the work and references the timelessness of our human condition and a glimpse to the future generations of American women. 

 


Call for Entry on Exhibit January 26 in Gallery 2.

Game Day U.S.A.


Game Day, U.S.A. is a sports photography competition that will consider images from both professional and amateur sports activities equally. From the NFL to pond hockey in the backyard, World Cup skiing to suburban soccer, we are looking for those special moments both on and off the field that convey the essence of sporting endeavors.

The Juror for this competition is world-renowned sports photographer Brian Peterson. Brian was born in Duluth, Minnesota, and has enjoyed a career that finds him photographing around the world. He’s best known for his work since 1987 for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, but his photographs have also been featured in National Geographic and Sports Illustrated magazines, the New York Times and on ESPN. 




 










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