Apr 7, 2017 11:59pm - 11:59pm
One innovative aspect of this exhibit is that each of the passages will be interpreted by four types of artworks—a 2-D artwork, a 3-D artwork, a poem and a song—thereby creating what we are calling “vignettes.” These seven vignettes will recount the Tapun Sa Win narrative using the passages along with artworks by 28 contemporary Lakota artists: seven poets, seven painters, seven musicians and seven 3-dimension artists.
Exhibit partners are The Journey Museum and Learning Center, and the Rapid City Area Schools’ Office of Indian Education.
- Ticket Information: Admission to this exhibit in the Adelstein Gallery is free. Donations accepted. Admission to The Journey Museum & Learning Center is separate.