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Support American Indian Arts on the Avenue

Birchbark Books - Tuesday, April 06, 2010
The Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI) has launched a campaign to secure space for a new gallery for All My Relations Arts on Franklin Avenue in the American Indian Cultural Corridor.  All My Relations Arts has a ten-year history in the Twin Cities as the premier contemporary American Indian fine arts organization. NACDI has a beautiful plan to create the American Indian Cultural Corridor along Franklin Ave and a BIG part of this will be a new and permanent art gallery for All My Relations so they can continue to curate local and national contemporary artists  - defining culture and generating energy for all of us.

All My Relations needs to raise $50,000 by April 30th 2010 to secure building space on the corridor. Please help us reach our goal! Everyone who donates will be entered into a drawing to win an original painting by noted Native artists Carolyn Anderson or Jonathan Thunder. Names will be drawn on April 30, 2010. The paintings (shown below)  will be on display at Birchbark Books until the drawing date.

        

Donations by cash or check may be made by visiting Birchbark Books. Credit card donations can be made online by following this link: All My Relations at giveMN.org. All donations are tax deductible. You do not need to donate to have your name entered in the drawing, however we sincerely hope you will consider a minimum donation of $25.

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