Tuesday, Mar. 1, 2016
DOWNTOWN RAPID CITY – The application deadline approaches for Native POP: People of the Plains, a juried Native art show and cultural celebration of the Great Plains Tribes at Main Street Square, Rapid City, South Dakota on Saturday, July 15-16, 2016.
Native POP reinterprets the traditional art market and celebrates the historic and contemporary values of Native artists. Our art market reflects the cultures of the Great Plains including the broadly functional role of art and we embrace all forms of creativity. Both emerging and established Native artists shared their work with thousands of people at last year’s event, and we are excited to see the talent and joy our fourth year will bring!
Native POP began in 2013 as the Gathering of People, Wind and Water and changed its name in 2016. The event grew out of an ongoing, large-scale work of public art in granite at Main Street Square, Passage of Wind and Water, and sculptor Masayuki Nagase’s themes of hope, transformation and the aspiration of all beings in nature to live in balance.
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What to Expect
Eligible participants must be enrolled members of state or federally recognized tribes, in accordance with the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990, with preference given to artists from Great Plains Tribes.
Applications due March 31, 2016. Apply online at the website: www.nativepop.org Applicants will be notified on April 15, 2016. For more information or questions on the application, please contact Native POP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 605.394.4101 ext 212.
Native POP: People of the Plains – A Gathering of Arts and Culture
Native POP’s mission is to encourage intercultural dialogue by sharing cultures from the tribal nations of the Great Plains through a juried Native American fine art show and cultural event in Rapid City, South Dakota.