Dakota State hosts Native American Artist
Dakota State will host Native American artist Roger Broer Wednesday, November 4 in the DSU Art Gallery in the Mundt Library. A reception will begin at 5:00pm, with a gallery talk from Broer at 6:00pm. At 7:00pm Broer will demonstrate his printing process.
Broer will be joined by folk musician Marnie Cook from 5:00 in the DSU Art Gallery. She will also perform in the DSU Underground starting at 8:00pm.
Broer has exhibited in more than 35 one man shows and over 100 group shows. He d has paintings in both national and international collections, including the Department of Interior, Washington, D.C., Oglala Sioux Tribal Health Services Hospital, Pine Ridge, SD, Mountain Bell, Denver, CO, SAFECO Insurance Company of America, Seattle, WA, SEAFIRST Bank Corp., Seattle, WA, Northern Plains Tribal Arts, American Indian Services Inc., Sioux Falls, SD, Museum of Nebraska Art, Kearney, NE, and Pierre Cardin, Paris, France. Broer has received over 50 awards in national shows, including the Northern Plains Tribal Arts and Northern Plains Indian Market, Trail of Tears Show and the Red Cloud Show.
DSU is hosting Broer and Cook in celebration of Native American Month.