For Immediate Release: 12.11.20
For More Information:
Denise Du Broy
Rapid City Arts Council
Dahl Arts Center
WHAT: Articles of a Treaty, an Educational Art Exhibit about the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty
EXHIBIT DATES: 01.15.21 – 04.10.21
WHERE: Senator Stan Adelstein & Lynda K. Clark Gallery, Dahl Arts Center
WHY: Bringing ART + PEOPLE together
The Rapid City Arts Council (RCAC) is pleased to present Articles of a Treaty, a recent educational exhibit organized and curated by Craig Howe, PHD, Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS). The exhibition will be located in the Senator Stan Adelstein and Lynda K. Clark Gallery of the Dahl Arts Center and will run from January 15, through April 10.
Articles of a Treaty is an educational art exhibit centered on seventeen articles of the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty. Each article is interpreted by one or two visual artists. Poets and musicians also created works for this exhibition. There is one poem and one song associated with each article.
There is an accompanying catalog as well as a separate poetry chapbook that available for purchase in the Dahl Gift Shop while this exhibition is up at the Dahl.
This traveling exhibition is sponsored by Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies, with additional support from the South Dakota Arts Council and the Rapid City Arts Council.
Images available upon request.
The Dahl Arts Center galleries are open Monday-Friday, 10am – 5pm Admission is free; however, for those with the ability to pay, donations are encouraged and appreciated. For more information about upcoming exhibits, visit thedahl.org.
The Dahl Arts Center is a municipal facility managed by the Rapid City Arts Council and receives support from generous members and donors, the City of Rapid City, Allied Arts Fund, the South Dakota Arts Council through the Department of Tourism and State Development, and the National Endowment for the Arts.