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November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to reflect on the important historical and contemporary contributions of Native peoples. To celebrate this month, Plains Art Museum is offering an ambitious roster of programming for everyone including an exhibition, film series, and two workshops.
Bring Her Home: Stolen Daughters of Turtle Island is an exhibition on display through November 26th at the Fargo Public Library (Downtown).
As a part of this celebration, the Museum will also be recognizing the achievements of Native filmmakers with a Native American Film Series. The Film Series, curated by local filmmaker Falcon Gott, will include free films at the Museum and the Fargo Public Library (Downtown) as follows:
Rhymes for Young Ghouls (2013, Rated R): Tuesday, October 30th, 6pm, Plains Art Museum
Wind River (2017, Rated R): Sunday, November 4th, 6:30pm, Fargo Public Library (Downtown)
Reel Injun (2009, Not Rated): Wednesday, November 7th, 6:30pm, Fargo Public Library (Downtown)
Once Were Warriors (1994, Rated R): Thursday, December 13th, 6pm, Plains Art Museum
On Thursday, November 8th, the Museum will offer an Art and Poetry Workshop with Dr. Denise Lajimodiere. This is a unique opportunity to create a collaborative dress-form sculpture and a collective poem that will be included in a main gallery exhibition at the Museum in 2019. Beginning the next day, on Friday November 9th, the Museum will present Altered Books for Veterans, a workshop with artist and Veteran, Joe Williams. No previous artistic experiences are necessary for these workshops and registration information can be found at www.plainsart.org