Opening Artist Reception of Aanjitoon: Anishinaabe Art Through Contemporary Lens

AICHO Galleries is hosting an art exhibition featuring photography by Nedahness Greene, a Leech Lake Band Ojibwe tribal member and digital artwork by Caitlin Newago, a Bad River Ojibwe tribal member. “Aanjitoon: Anishinaabe Art Through a Contemporary Lens” showcases a cultural reclamation and connection to Anishinaabe seasonal life and traditions and contemporary Ojibwe florals. Nedahness Rose Greene a Leech Lake photographic artisan who creates her work by highlighting the beauty and symmetry in people, places and things that the average eye does not see. She specializes in the photographic genres of portraits, wildlife and wetlands, black and white, silhouettes, and creative beauty images. Nedahness' artwork is becoming public and well known around the Indigenous community. Website: Caitlin Newago is a disabled single mother, artist, and tribal member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians. Currently, she is focusing on modernizing traditional Ojibwe floral designs and mediums with her work. By taking modern technology, she creates digital art with traditional Ojibwe designs into new contemporary pieces. Website: To learn more about the exhibition, artists, and more: Funded in part by The McKnight Foundation. 

Exhibit runs Feb.-March 31. 

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages


Sat. Feb. 4 6-8pm

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