September 1 to December 31, 2015  Opening Reception – Friday, September 4, 5:30 pm
Oglala-Lakota artist Dwayne Wilcox blends history with modern life in Above the Fruited Plain, an exhibition on display at the Holter Museum of Art from September 1 through December 31, 2015.  Through ledger art – a medium which uses paper from historical ledger books, crayon, and colored pencil – Wilcox crafts scenes of the diversity and irony in modern Native American culture with compassion, intelligence, and wit.
*image: Let Me Do All The Talking, Dwayne Wilcox The Holter Museum of Art is pleased to present The Art of Healing, an exhibition that brings together cultural objects with stunning portraits by Jeff Van Tine.  The exhibition features traditional paintings – thangkas – and ritual objects including masks, religious items, and a Tibetan shrine, all of which help illustrate the rich, dynamic medical traditions of Tibet and its people. 
The museum is grateful to the Tibetan Children’s Education Foundation, a major sponsor of the exhibition, as well as contributors Jeff Van Tine and Chinawoods. 
As the final exhibit of the 2015 Cultural Crossroads program, the museum will host a number of related programs and events: 
Friday, September 4, 5:30 to 8:00 pm                
Opening Reception for Fall Exhibitions
Saturday, September 19, beginning at 10:30 am         
Lecture: Tibetan Medicine: Dr. Kalsang Wangyal & Karma Tensun
Saturday, September 26 
Lecture: The Vanishing Tibetan Nomads: Breton Schwarzenbach at 10:30 am             
Tibetan Family Day 10 am - 2 pm (free)
Saturday, October 4 beginning at 1:00 pm
Opening & Guided Walk through the Living Mandala with Ven Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche
Sunday, October 10 beginning at 10:30 am
Panel Discussion: The Politics of Tibet: Ven Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche and Karma Tensun and Valerie Hellermann of the Tibetan Children's Education Foundation
Saturday, October 24 beginning at 10:30 amJeff Van Tine, Artist Talk, A photographer travels Tibet
Saturday, October 31 10 am - NoonAdult Workshop: Travel Photography Cliff Notes (registration required, click here to register)
Guided walks through the interactive mandala will take place every Wednesday through Sunday at 1:00 pm throughout the exhibition.  
*image: Young Monks, Padum, Jeff Van Tine September 4 through December 31, 2015
Opening Reception - 5:30 to 8:00 pm on Friday, September 4
In The Vault is an ongoing exhibition series which focuses on the Holter Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection.  This season, we explore Permanent Collection artists’ use of color in In The Vault: colorFILLED.  Featured artists include Rudy Autio, Robert DeWeese, George Gogas, Sandra Dal Poggetto, Ann Appleby, and Jeff Holter. 
*image: RRXXI by George Gogas September 4 to December 31, 2015  Opening Reception – Friday, September 4, 5:30 pm
A lifelong world-traveler and artist, Carol Novotne captures scenes as she encounters them, be they deep in the Montana wilderness or just beyond her doorstep. Novotne’s works are unified by her strong compositional awareness and intentional, painterly style.  This exhibition is composed oil paintings which span the long seasons of Montana and Novotne’s own career.


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