Arts & Culture


All My Relations Arts’ mission honors and strengthens relationships between contemporary American Indian artists and the living influence of preceding generations and the vitality of the American Indian Cultural Corridor. Arts and culture are fundamental to our framework of community advancement. These play a major role in building and transforming the Native community and are the primary focus of AMRA.

All My Relations Arts Gallery

All My Relations Arts (AMRA) operates the All My Relations Gallery, Minnesota’s premier American Indian owned and operated contemporary fine arts gallery.

Native Authors Program

All My Relations Arts’ Native Authors Program supports all aspects of the development of Native authors in genres of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, children’s fiction, and young adult fiction.

Consulting Art Projects

AMRA offers consultation in a variety of ways for our communities. Please contact us and let us know how we can be helpful.

"We Are Still Here" Cohort

We Are Still Here is a multiyear collaborative partnership between NACDI and Hennepin Theatre Trust to bring large-scale, high-profile public artworks to the Hennepin Theatre District and the American Indian Culture Corridor.

Arts & Culture News


End of Year Staff Reflections – Strength & Indigenization of NACDI’s Structure

Contemporary Native people are famous for our resilience. This last year at NACDI we have put this resilience to good use in supporting our communities’ ability to not only survive, but to thrive. Our priorities have become clearer, as taught to us by Native Elders and cultural carriers. We have… Read More


Make Voting A Tradition is being Awarded for Excellence for their Service in Community by the Secretary of State

For Immediate Release:  Make Voting A Tradition is being Awarded for  Excellence for their Service in Community by the Secretary of State   MINNEAPOLIS (October 6th, 2023) —  As part of the celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day 2023, the work of Make Voting a… Read More


Press Release: Denomie Memorial Scholarship Award

Maggie Thompson (Fond du Lac Ojibwe) has been named the recipient of the second Jim Denomie Memorial Scholarship. Created in partnership with the Denomie/Wilson family, All My Relations Arts Gallery, and Bockley Gallery, the annual $10,000 prize recognizes a Native artist who best exemplifies the values Denomie demonstrated in his own career: commitment to excellence, generosity of spirit, and engagement with community. Denomie passed away in March 2022 at age 66. Read More

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All My Relations Arts Gallery Presents

Aabijijiwan Ukeyat yanalleh

Aabijijiwan Ukeyat yanalleh is a collaborative exhibition from artists Karen Goulet (Ojibwe) and Monique Verdin (Houma). Karen and Monique are sisters of the same river, connected by the planetary lifeforce known as the Misi-ziibi (Big River, Ojibwe) near the headwaters in the north and remembered as Misha sipokni (Older than Time, Chata) in the coastal territories of the southern Delta, where the bayous of Turtle Island meet the sea.

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Artist Calls & Opportunities

Are you looking for artist support, resources, or to exhibit in our Gallery or on the Mni Art Wall? Visit the All My Relations Arts website to learn more.


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