American Indian Cultural Corridor Sculpture Unveiling- October 22, 10am

From: Justin Huenemann <jkhuenemann@nacdi.org>

Dear Friends,

Please join us Friday, October 22nd, at 10:00am for the unveiling of a brand new sculpture in the American Indian Cultural Corridor! Be the first to see renowned artist Gordon F. Van Wert’s (Red Lake Nation) latest sculpture, “The Fourth Sister” – a six foot limestone with quartz inlay. The piece is Van Wert’s interpretation of the story of manoomin (wild rice) and the Ojibwe. Bring your family and friends to the sculpture unveiling at 1414 E. Franklin Ave., Minneapolis, MN, 55404 – the future home of All My Relations Gallery and NACDI. Come celebrate community, meet the artist and enjoy some coffee and rolls. There will also be a wild rice drawing sponsored by Northland Visions!

This installation is a project of the American Indian Cultural Corridor’s public art initiative, sponsored by All My Relations Arts of NACDI.


Justin Kii Huenemann
President and CEO
Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI)
1515 E. 23rd Street (temporary address)
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Ph. 612-872-4700
www.nacdi.org