RAPID CITY – The Journey Museum, in collaboration with the Department of the Interior Indian Arts and Crafts Board presents, The Oscar Howe Tiospaye, an exceptional exhibition of art and artists influenced by Oscar Howe. Join us Friday, October 12 beginning at 5 p.m. for the grand opening of the exhibit. No admission fee will be charged to attend the grand opening.
See iconic, original works by Herman Red Elk, Arthur Amiotte, Robert Penn and Donald Montileaux. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience and understand Oscar Howe’s impact on the artists who came after him.
This exhibit is part of the 2018 Showcase Series sponsored by KNBN – Newscenter1. It is made possible through a multi-effort collaboration between The Journey Museum & Learning Center, The Department of the Interior Indian Arts and Crafts Board, and The Sioux Indian Museum.
The Oscar Howe Tiospaye includes First Friday Vignettes through December. Join us on the First Friday of October, November and December for special shows highlighting the unique artistry displayed in the exhibit.
For more information and details about this event or others, be sure to call (605) 394-6923 or email email@example.com. You can find a full schedule of programs on our website, www.journeymuseum.org.
The Journey Museum & Learning Center was established in 1997 and is conveniently located in downtown Rapid City at 222 New York St., 2 blocks east of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center right across from the Club for Boys. Make sure to visit www.journeymuseum.org to find additional schedule information and be sure to ‘like’ us on Facebook!