Art in Bloom Keynote Panel 

April 29, 2021 7:00 pm



Ticket Price: Free

Join us for a dynamic discussion with artists Holly Young and Graci Horne and Mia curator Jill Ahlberg Yohe

Holly Young, United States, óta), born 1977 Floral Legacy, 2019, Quills, beads, tin cones, brass sequins, thimbles, satin, calico, fabric, brass bells, feathers, elk hide Gift of funds from Maria Eggemeyer, Maria Wagner Reamer, and Therese M. Blaine in recognition of the Friends of the Institute, 2019.65, © Holly Young
Holly Young

Join us in welcoming Holly Young, the artist behind this year’s signature piece, “Floral Legacy,” for a panel discussion with fellow artist and curator Graci Horne and Mia’s own Jill Ahlberg Yohe, Mia’s Associate Curator of Native American Art. 

The artists will discuss the significance of Dakota floral art historically and in their own practice. Young is an artist committed to preserving and sharing traditional Dakota floral styles and designs. 

Through her art, she practices Winyan Omniciye, the circle of sharing knowledge – What you learn, you give back. Horne, whose bands are the Sisseton

Wahpeton Dakota people and Hunkpapa Lakota and Dakota

Graci Horne

people, is a multi-disciplinary artist specializing in painting, printmaking, puppet making, photography, film, and poetry.

This is a wonderful opportunity to expand our knowledge about the honored traditions of Dakota floral art, as well as get an inside

Jill Ahlberg Yohe

look at how Jill Ahlberg Yohe curates Native American Art at Mia and how she discovered Floral Legacy. 

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