Red Lake Nation's portrayal in art focus of new exhibit
Examining the ways the Red Lake Nation has been viewed through art, "Singing Our History: People and Places of the Red Lake Nation" features work by a number of artists including Jerome Liebling, Charles Brill and Patrick Desjarlait, whose painting "Red Lake Fisherman" will be on display.
The exhibition is a joint collaboration between the Red Lake Ojibwe and the department of American Studies at the University of Minnesota and was curated by Brenda Child, an associate professor of American Studies and American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota.
A public reception will be held Saturday, Jan. 23 (6-9 p.m.). Through Feb. 13. Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, 405 21st Ave. S., Mpls.; free; 612-624-7530 or cla.umn.edu/art/galleries.