Review: “Right to Consciousness” Art Exhibition and Artist Reception

Right to Consciousness

Right to Consciousness

Last night I stopped in at Trepanier Hall to get a sneak preview of tonight’s “Right To Consciousness” exhibit featuring the paintings and drawings of Rabbett Before Horses Strickland of the Red Cliff Reservation...

His art depicts past and present injustices through dreams of spirits and humans centering around Nanabozho, the hero in Ojibwe stories and descendant of West Wind and a human woman...

It’s the scale of the work that is impressive. Though equally impressive is the beautiful manner in which he creates his stories on canvas, sometimes with simplicity and often with epic complexity. Hopefully, I will see you there.
— Ed Newman, Ennyman's Territory

Read the review in Ennyman's Territory: ARTS, CULTURE AND OTHER LIFE OBSERVATIONS

WHEN: Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: Gimaajii Mino Bimaadizimin-Trepanier Hall, American Indian Housing Organization (AICHO), 202 W. 2nd Street Duluth, the former YWCA