Tim Schouten: The Treaty 5 Suite (Lost in Translation)

December 8 – March 26, 2023

Schouten’s encaustic pieces are unflinching and determined in their presentation. He intertwines words and landscapes merging them to create a modern experience, stripping away nostalgia, racism, and anger. The work considers the joys, as well as the difficulties, faced by northern reservation inhabitants.

Tim Schouten: The Treaty 5 Suite (Lost in Translation)

December 8 – March 26, 2023

Schouten’s encaustic pieces are unflinching and determined in their presentation. He intertwines words and landscapes merging them to create a modern experience, stripping away nostalgia, racism, and anger. The work considers the joys, as well as the difficulties, faced by northern reservation inhabitants.

BARTON'S PLACE

Ongoing

Barton Lidice Benes lived in a magical apartment in New York City. This temporary installation suggests the drama and mystery embedded in Barton’s private wonderland. 

Laurel Reuter Director’s Fund

A fund dedicated to carrying out Laurel Reuter’s vision and dedication to contemporary art on the Plains, Native American initiatives, commissions of art of our own time and place, publications, and the continued communication between Museum audience and national and international artists.
We are inviting our supporters to help match her initial $100,000
kick-off gift.

Ongoing

Local Makers & Artisans

FREE Art Education Packs, available during open hours. Pick up yours today.

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Monday – Friday, 11 am – 3 pm

Signature sandwiches, daily soups, variety of fresh salads. 

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