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May 30, 2017

The Yellowstone Art Museum presents Jack Gladstone, one of Native America’s premier lyric story smiths, in a concert on Saturday, June 17, titled "Blackfeet Animal Persons: Native Perspectives of Nature."

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April 27, 2017

This spring, the Met announced that it would begin including Native American art in the American Art collection. Back in February, the Feminist Art Project presented its annual conference CROSSROADS: Art + Native Feminisms, a day of panels, performances, and dialogue. The event took place at the Museum for Arts and Design, a venue that embraces both craft and art — a categorical division that has historically been used to exclude artists of native ancestry from the mainstream art market. It was a day filled with ceremonies, deeply considered conversations, and moving performances, centering female, queer, and Indigenous experiences of the art world. Videos of the event have just been released and can be found here.

March 30, 2017

Select artworks from The John And Mary Lou Paxton Collection are currently on view at the Nevada Museum of Art. The exhibit is meant to honor the late actor Bill Paxton (Aliens, Weird Science), as well as to pay tribute to his family’s fine art collecting legacy. 

March 22, 2017

A major exhibition of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s diverse art will be on view in Billings at the Yellowstone Art Museum through July 16, and will travel to Missoula and Colorado Springs, Colo.

The exhibition, "Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: In the Footsteps of My Ancestors," opens Thursday, March 22, with an evening reception at the YAM.