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AIC Gallery

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American Indian Center Gallery

Mission

The American Indian Center Gallery is dedicated to meeting the needs of the community by providing a vehicle for artistic expression by taking a leadership role in the cultivation, exhibition, and dissemination of historical and contemporary Native histories in Chicago. The American Indian Center Gallery is dedicated to Native American First Voice Art.

Hours & Tours
Open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Gallery/Exhibit Group Tours (Minimum 5) available
Contact for group rates

Location
The American Indian Center
3401 West Ainslie St.
Chicago, Illinois 60625
(1st Floor – ADA Accessible)

American Indian Center Gallery Info
For more information contact Dave Spencer:
773-275-5871 | spencer@aicchicago.org | www.aicchicago.org

Public Art Events

American Indian Center Public Art Programs 2019 (Brief Overview)

Quick Glance of 66th Annual Chicago Powwow, November 2019);

Jeremy Dutcher, Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet) member of the Tobique First Nation, live at AIC (September 2019);

Jonah Littlesunday, Navajo Nation, live at AIC (July 2019);

Quill Workshop at AIC (June 2019);

Mark LaRoque, Ojibwe, performs an E. Donald Two-Rivers poem @ AIC Gallery (August 2019);

Drumming for Resistance event (performances by members of the Native American, Korean and Japanese communities – October 2019);

Bill Buchholtz, Algonkin/Metis, performing @ Leonard Peltier Art Exhibit panel discussion (November 2019).