Indian Museum of North America® at Crazy Horse Memorial® Announces 2023 Call for Artists

The Indian Museum of North America® at Crazy Horse Memorial® has launched its annual call for artists for cultural program applications for the 2023 season. Native American artists, performers and culture bearers seeking opportunities to exhibit , to improve and share their artistic talents and cultural knowledge are encouraged to apply.

Applications are available for five programs: Artist-in-Residence, Living Treasures Indian Arts Cultural Exchange, Gift from Mother Earth Art Show and Sale, Daily and Special Events Native American Performers and Storytellers, and Talking Circle Speaker Series.

From May through September, Crazy Horse Memorial provides a unique venue for cultural program participants to share living culture with international audiences in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Many programs provide a stipend and meals with the possibility of travel and housing assistance.

Programs are available for registered tribal members of the Indigenous Peoples of North America.

The Indian Museum of North America hosted over 100 cultural program participants in 2022 who shared their knowledge and culture with hundreds of thousands of visitors.

For questions or general information about the Crazy Horse Memorial, please contact Amanda Allcock at 605-673-4681 or email her at [email protected]org.

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