Exhibit: Art Traditions of the Anishinaabe, Madeline Island Museum

Memorial Day Weekend through September, 2010

Madeline Island Museum
226 Colonel Woods Avenue
La Pointe, WI

Rabbett's Paintings are featured in the 2010 Season exhibit "Art Traditions of the Anishinaabe" in the Capser Gallery, at the Madeline Island Museum, La Pointe, Wisconsin on Madeline Island, from late May through October.

The exhibit is made up of contemporary Ojibwe art juxtaposed with historic artifacts from the museum's collection. The featured artist is Rabbett Before Horses Strickland (Red Cliff Ojibwe) and the show contains new work from many other Anishinaabeg artists from throughout the region. The exhibit was organized in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Superior's Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Madeline Island, or Moningwunakauning Minis  —  "Home Of the Yellow-Breasted Woodpecker"  in Ojibwe, is sacred to the Anishinaabe.