Work featured at St. Louis Art Museum
"All That Glitters" is currently on view in the contemporary galleries at the St. Louis Art Museum. St. Louis, MO
Work acquired by and featured at Minneapolis Institute of Art
"Untitled, 2016" is currently on view in the Art of Africa and the Americas galleries at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Minneapolis, MN
Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly
Works included in group exhibition at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. Omaha, NE
December 7, 2017 – February 24, 2018
The Buffalo in the American Living Room Works included in group exhibition at the Plains Art Museum. Fargo, ND
October 3, 2017 - January 13, 2018
White Hawk selected as 2017 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Mentor Artist Fellow, -click on title to see announcement of the 12 awardees of the 2017 NACF Mentor Artists Fellowship Award
"This is the first year of the NACF Mentor Artist Fellowship, which was open to Native American and Alaska Native artists in three regions of the United States: the Pacific Northwest, Southwest and Upper Midwest, and in the categories of Traditional and Contemporary Visual arts."
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Dyani White Hawk (Sicangu Lakota), earned her MFA in studio arts in 2011 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She completed a BFA in 2008 from the Institute of American Indian Arts. White Hawk is a 2017 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Mentor Artist Fellowship recipient, 2015 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Regional Artist Fellowship recipient, 2014 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant recipient, 2013 McKnight Visual Arts Fellowship recipient, a 2012 SWAIA Discovery Fellowship recipient and won the 2011 Best of Classification (Painting, Drawing, Graphics and Photography) at the Santa Fe Indian Art Market. She draws from her multi-cultural background and education to create paintings and mixed media works that speak to her upbringing as a Lakota woman in an urban American landscape.