Arts Access Grant
ACHF Arts Access ACHF Arts Education ACHF Cultural Heritage
As a result of this program visitors to the art center will gain knowledge of the culturally important places that were photographed for the White Earth Window Exhibit. The Nemeth Art Center will gauge reactions to the White Earth Window exhibit by providing a survey for visitors to take. The survey will ask guests to share their experience with the exhibit, list where they live, if they have been to the NAC before and if they were previously aware of the Wayne Gunmundson and Anton Treuer's work and if they gained knowledge from viewing the White Earth Window Exhibit.
A paper survey was used to track reactions to the White Earth Window exhibit, along with origins of the guests, if they have been to the NAC before and if they were previously aware of the artists' work. According to the completed surveys that were submitted, the response to the White Earth Window Exhibit was overwhelmingly positive, with a majority of the survey'd guests from all over the area and beyond visiting the Nemeth Art Center for the first time.
Other,local or private
Arts Access Grant
Nemeth Art Center received $2,323 to host an exhibition called White Earth Window, a collaboration by photographer Wayne Gudmundson and writer Anton Treuer, which reflects the Anishinaabe experience on the White Earth Reservation.
Sandra Roman: retired art teacher, author; Laura Grisamore: photographer; Jill Johnson: author; Mary Therese: visual artist, fiber artist; Susan Olin: musician; Laura Dropps: visual artist; Becky Colebank: author; Corryn Trask: musician.
Sandra Roman: retired art teacher, author; Jill Johnson: author; Mary Therese: visual artist, fiber artist; Susan Olin: musician; Becky Colebank: author; Corryn Trask: musician.
Region 2 Arts Council, Laura Seter (218) 751-5447