Bedford Gallery
Walnut Creek, CA, USA

Re-Discovering Native America: Stories in Motion with The Red Road Project

April 13 – June 23, 2024

Featuring nearly 100 photographs accompanied by a selection of 3D artworks by acclaimed Native American artists, Re-Discovering Native America: Stories in Motion with The Red Road Project highlights contemporary narratives from Indigenous individuals and communities across the country.

This exhibition showcases photographs and stories collected between 2013 and 2024, aiming to redirect the narrative surrounding contemporary Native America. The collection includes landscape and portrait photographs, offering a glimpse into the lives of community activists and leaders who walk “the red road,” a symbolic expression in many Native communities for living purposefully on a path of positive change. Additionally, the exhibition introduces a new set of photographs and stories collected during a special Bay Area residency in February 2024, highlighting the unique stories of Indigenous people in Northern California and, specifically, the Bay Area.

Augmenting these captivating photographs is a selection of 3D works by celebrated Native artists that further explore the rich cultural heritage and artistic expression of Indigenous peoples. Re-Discovering Native America seeks to acknowledge the historical trauma endured by Native American communities while celebrating their resilience, resistance, and revitalization in the face of ongoing challenges.

Participating 3D Artists: Danielle Boyer, Tyler Eash, Chelsea Kaiah, Brent Learned, Dallin Mayee, Carmen Selam, Anna Tsoularakis.

For more information visit the Bedford Gallery website.


Littleton Museum
Denver, CO, USA

Danielle SeeWalker
škhé: it is said 

Friday, July 15 – Sunday, October 9, 2022

škhé: it is said is an early-career body of work by Danielle SeeWalker, an enrolled citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Danielle works across disciplines to explore the intersections of Native American stereotypes, microaggressions, and colonialist systems, both historically and in contemporary society.

The exhibition includes a display with an overview of The Red Road Project. There will be an artist talk with Danielle & Carlotta on Saturday, September 10, 2022, 2 – 3 pm MST.

For more details click here.

Redline Contemporary Art Center
Denver, CO, USA

48 Hours: Roots Radical

Friday, August 12 – Friday, August 26, 2022

48 Hours of Socially Engaged Art & Conversation Summit is an annual two-day summit and celebration that engages cultural organizations, non-profits, artists, and individuals to share their expertise on cultural responsiveness, social responsibility, and collective leadership. 48 Hours aims to promote positive social change through creativity and innovation.

Join us for a small preview of the work we have been doing the past several months, centered around the history of the Indian Relocation Act of the 1950-60’s which resulted in thousands of Native Americans relocating to urban areas, including Denver, from all corners of the US. We will have a talk on Friday 12 at 10:15am MST and a small reception at 6pm. The exhibition will be up until August 26.

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McNichols Civic Center
Denver, CO, USA

September 9 – December 18, 2022

McNichols Civic Center Building will host a large exhibition of The Red Road Project. The show will include works from the last nine years, including never before seen images, as well as a focus on the Native community in Denver.

Join us for an opening reception on September 9 from 5pm to 8pm. For more information click here.

American Museum of Natural History
New York, USA

Museo Del Paesaggio
Verbania, Italy

Cortona On The Move
Cortona, Italy

Fonderia 20.9
Verona, Italy