Bring Her Home: Sacred Womxn of Resistance showcases contemporary expressions of Indigenous resistance in response to the colonial foundations of the MMIW epidemic.
By creating counter dialogues in response to the colonial roots of the MMIW epidemic, curator Reyna Hernandez encourages artists to give voice to those most affected by this structural violence.
Featured artists: Aly McKnight, Avis Charley, Claire Packard, Dyani White Hawk, Graci Horne, Julie Buffalohead, Mikayla Patton, Virgil Ortiz, and more…
Click here for the virtual Bring Her Home gallery exhibition video.
Click here for the pdf version of the virtual Bring Her Home exhibition.
Gallery temporarily closed
AMRA gallery will be temporarily closed to comply with Minnesota’s updated Covid-19 guidelines. This decision affects the planned opening of Bring Her Home: Sacred Womxn of Resistance. In an effort to continue to provide access and programming, AMRA will be shifting the exhibition online through January 2nd.
Please look at our website for virtual exhibition programs to be announced.
Northern Lights, Illuminate the Lock: Artwork by Moira Villiard, has been rescheduled tentatively for February 18-20, 2021. For more information click here.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature; and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
December 15, 2020