, 2023-01-03 16:49:38,
ArtSpiritthe arts initiative of the Episcopal Church of Wyoming, has partnered with CARAVAN, a global arts nonprofit, to create art galleries that begin in Wyoming and continue to move outward and forward across the United States and into other countries.
They are bringing in an exhibition called Earth: Restoring our world through sacred harmony with the Earth and with each other.
There are 30 pieces of art, each artist submitted two pieces.
Robert Martinez is the curator of the collection. He is from the Wind River Reserve.
The collection will be available for viewing at the Nikolaissen Museum of Art on January 14.
The NIC is hosting a reception on the 21st that is open to the public, beginning at 5:30 p.m
It is an immersive event and is much more than a work of art. It is about the sacred harmony between land and humans and how people can relate to and learn from Native American culture and traditions.
“At this moment in time, our world calls for restoration within and without. To realign a sacred harmony and realize a new balance between us, the Earth and all life upon it. The Earth is a gallery of creative expression, nurturing that sacred connection toward grounding and more intentional and responsible living,” Osborne shared.
“We will have a tent pitched in the middle of the art gallery, and taped interviews will…
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