Mostly Indian and Other Fables
an exhibition of contemporary Native art

October 7 - November 4th, 2010

Co-curated by Dr. Stephen Perkins and Amii John

This exhibition of works by twenty-four Native artists from across the United States and Canada illustrates the complex nature of the contemporary Native experience. The works celebrate the many ways in which Native artists are working with old and new traditions in order to create works that respond not only to the present but also the past and the future.

Artists in the exhibition: Monisha Alleck, Donald Carufel, Gordon Coons, Yvette Diltz, Peggy Fontenot, Martha Gradolf, Thomas Isaac, John Joe, Tom Jones, Douglas K. Limon, James Luna, Lewis Mohawk, Corinne Nanauq McDonnell, Peter Morin, Nieves, Chris Pappan, Jeremy Singer, Cameron Ayn Smith, Phillis Spencer-Belz, Flossie Iqilan Spencer, Ukjese van Kampen, Josh Van Stippen, Jeff Veregge, Debra Yepa-Pappan and Phil Young.

The curators would like to thank the following organizations for their support of this exhibition: Oneida Nation Arts Program (ONAP), Wisconsin Arts Board (WAB) and UW-Green Bay's American Intercultural Center (AIC)





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