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  •   The two-week residential summer fellowship is designed to expose American Indian undergraduates to the possible career opportunities and challenges of historical interpretation and cultural preservation within museums. The fellowship is designed for students interested in pursuing the museum field with an emphasis on American Indian cultural and historical preservation among historical organizations and tribal governments. Students will have the opportunity to explore various museum organizat…
  • The Minnesota Historical Society is currently seeking applications for the 2017 Native American Artist-in-Residence Program. In 2017, the program will award a number of residencies for Native artists engaged in traditional material artmaking and provide them stipends to connect with museum collections, peer artists, and/or other knowledgeable community members. Artists must currently reside in Minnesota, Wisconsin,  North Dakota, or South Dakota.  Although it is recognized that storytelling, s…
  • The Native American Artist-in-Residence (NAAIR) program was created for the purpose of exposing Native American artists working within traditional art forms to Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS) collections in order to: advance their understanding of the traditional form of art and bring this advanced understanding to their communities in a way designed by the artist. NAAIR will allow the MNHS collections to benefit tremendously from knowledge shared by the artists regarding what they have lear…
  • The first comprehensive retrospective of a key Native American modernist, Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison includes nearly 80 drawings, paintings, prints, and sculpture that bring together concepts of abstraction, landscape, and spiritual reflection in the mind and eye of this important 20th-century artist.