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All My Relations Gallery debuts Frank Big Bear

The Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI) celebrates the All My Relations Gallery Grand Opening with an exhibit of never-before-seen paintings by master artist Frank Big Bear.

Reception and Celebration

January 21,  5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., at All My Relations Gallery, 1414 East Franklin Avenue, Mpls. Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11-6, p.m. Weekends 11-3, p.m. –located in the heart of the American Indian Cultural Corridor, the very neighborhood where Frank Big Bear lived while creating his prolific body of important early work.  FREE and open to the public.

Frank Big Bear Paintings—“From the Rez, to the Hood, to the Lake”, presents vivid canvasses by Frank Big Bear, recipient of the Bush Foundation Enduring Visions Award, among other honors.  Never-before-seen acrylic paintings, created by this Ojibwe artist best known for his surreal and detailed color pencil drawings, make their debut with this exhibit. Running from January 21, to February 28, 2011,.

Frank Big Bear Paintings is made possible through support of the McKnight Foundation, Target, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, Compass/Medtronic, Rosemary H. & David F. Good Family Foundation and in cooperation with Bockley Gallery.

All My Relations Arts is a ten-year old arts program at Ancient Traders Gallery  until 2010 when it became an initiative of NACDI Info or tours: contact Elizabeth Day eday@nacdi.org, 612-235-4970

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