The American Indian Center Gallery is dedicated to meeting the needs of 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.
RECLAIM: Indigenizing Colonized Spaces, Opening Reception, July 18, 2019 @ AIC Gallery.
Modern TRADITIONS, Opening Reception, March 8, 2019@ AIC Gallery.
Urban Sovereignty at the Center – American Indian Center Retrospective Part One, Opening Reception and Curator Panel, December 14, 2018.
Standing Rock: Photographs of an Indigenous Movement, Opening Reception and Curator Presentation, October 17th, 2018 @ AIC Gallery.
Roots of Resilience: Native Youth Art Exhibit, Opening Reception, August 17, 2018 @ AIC Gallery
[The] Native Art Seen Opening Reception, April 27, 2018 @ AIC Gallery
Everybody Dance! Seven Decades of Chicago Powwows @ AIC Gallery, November 2017 (“Industrial Installation”) – February 2018 (Completed Walls Installation)
Gallery Build in Progress
AIC Gallery Exhibit Calendar 2019
RECLAIM: Indigenizing Colonized Spaces, Solo Show – Adam Sings In The Timber (Nina Sanders, Guest Curator) – July-September, 2019
Native American Youth Show (Exhibit title TBD), Late September 2018
Urban Sovereignty at the Center – American Indian Center Retrospective Part Two, December 2019.