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Anishinaabe Way: Indians in Public Art

"Indians in Public Art: Changing the Image" is a traveling exhibition of student art work. Seven students from the Oshki Ogimaag Charter School in Grand Portage created work for the show. In this segment, four of the students share what inspired each of their pieces. Art instructor Belle Janicek also talks about why she decided to bring the project to Grand Portage. The exhibit is part of a broader effort to raise public awareness about art in the state Capitol and other prominent public spaces in Minnesota and how that art depicts Native Americans. For more information on the Public Art Project please visit spinterfaith.org.
 

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