"Contemporary Indian Art" is currently showing in Sletwold Hall of the W.H. Over Museum.
This exhibit, which includes works from nationally known artists, some of whom studied as USD, is from the USD collection, which was begun in 1999.
The exhibit is composed of paintings done in a variety of media, such as oil, acrylic, pastel, water color, silver point on paper, and the like. It includes work done by Robert Penn, Donald Montileaux, Robert Freeman, Denton Lafferty, Donald Ruleaux, Gerald Cournoyer, Alden Archembault, Francis Yellow, Andrew Standing Soldier, Robert Broer, Paul Warcloud, Arthur Amiotte, and Martin Red Bear.
On Sunday, April 30, from 3 to 5 p.m., the Friends of the W.H. Over Museum will sponsor a reception and talk with Art Professor John Day. The exhibit and museum are free and open to the public. Please call 677-5228 to arrange for a tour.