ONVIEW: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2021 TO TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2021
National Willa Cather Center’s Red Cloud Opera House gallery celebrates Native American Heritage month with an exhibition showcasing Native American pop artists. 49 Minutes of Fame plays on a name for powwow after-parties and takes a capacious view of pop art.
The show will feature pop interpretations of traditional materials, artistic appropriations of popular mythologies, and artistic works that “pop” tired myths and stereotypes. Participating artists include Chase Earles, Katie Dorame, Micah Wesley, Marlena Myles, Dustin Mater, Sarah Rowe, Nathaniel Ruleaux, and Johnnie Diacon. 49 Minutes of Fame is curated by Tom Farris of the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City and member of the Cherokee Nation and Otoe-Missouria tribe, and Todd Richardson, James R. Schumacher Chair of Ethics and University of Nebraska Omaha’s Goodrich Scholarship Program professor.
(VIRTUAL DUO SHOW)
An online exhibition featuring myself and the works of Mayumi Amada. I showcased my favorite pieces, created a tutorial to create works similar to mine using bleeding tissue papers and two free coloring pages for folks to download. Exhibition presented by the Hennepin County Multicultural Arts Committee and Forecast Public Art.