Past Event: Artist Conversation and Exhibition Tour with Dyani White Hawk @ MCA Denver 05/05/22 Doors 6PM


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Join nationally-recognized artist Dyani White Hawk for an exhibition walk-through of the exhibition Dyani White Hawk: Speaking to Relatives at the MCA Denver Fries Building. White Hawk will describe the trajectory of her artistic practice and the motivations behind her methods. Guests are invited to begin the evening in the Cafe at 6PM with the artist, where they can purchase cocktails, wine, or non-alcoholic beverages, followed by an exclusive tour of White Hawk’s stunning exhibition. 

Dyani White Hawk: Speaking to Relatives



MCA Denver at the Fries Building: 1485 Delgany Street, Denver, CO 80202

MCA Denver rooftop café and bar.

Continues through Dyani White Hawk's exhibit on the first floor and basement of MCA Denver.



Doors: 6pm

Event: 7pm



Single General Admission Ticket

$15 GA tickets for MCA members, $20 GA tickets for non-members.


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Dyani White Hawk (Sičaŋǧu Lakota, b.1976, Madison, WI) is a multimedia artist and independent curator based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Through painting, beadwork, installation, performance, and curation her practice challenges the lack of representation of Native arts, people, and voices in our national consciousness while highlighting the truth and necessity of intersectionality and relatedness across life. White Hawk has received numerous awards, including an Arts and Letters Award in Art (2021), McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship (2021 and 2014), United States Artists Fellowship in Visual Art (2019), Eiteljorg Fellowship for Contemporary Art (2019), Jerome Hill Artists Fellowship (2019), Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Fellowship (2017 and 2015), and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant (2014). She has participated in residencies in New Orleans, Santa Fe, Australia, Russia and Germany. A major ten-year survey exhibition of her practice, Speaking to Relatives, opened at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in 2021, and travels to the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver in 2022. White Hawk's work is included in the 2022 Whitney Biennial.

Read this Denver Post review of Dyani White Hawk: Speaking to Relatives

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