The public is encouraged to visit Crazy Horse Memorial on September 6th for an action-packed day and night of activities.
Please note that the Night Blast will not be featured this year. Click to learn more!

Cultural Programs Opportunities

Artists, Performers, and Culture Bearers

Come Anytime or Pre-Book Your Visit:

Native American artists, performers, and culture bearers looking for opportunities to exhibit, enhance, or share their artistic talents and cultural knowledge are invited to apply to our five exciting Cultural Programs offered through THE INDIAN MUSEUM OF NORTH AMERICA®.

The five programs created to help Native artists achieve prominence and support in the arts include:

Artist in Residence Fellowship (AIR) - developing, demonstrating, and promoting art in a funded studio space.

Gift from Mother Earth Art Show & Sale - exhibiting works in a juried competition and art sale.

Talking Circle Speaker Series - discussing cultural knowledge in an evening presentation.

Living Treasures-Indian Arts Cultural Exchange - celebrate talents, diversity, cultures of Native artists, and art sale.

Performers – daily or special event performances by musicians, dancers, singers, comedians, educators, culture bearers, and more.

Applicants interested in participating in more than one Cultural Program may do so. Please only submit one general "2021 Cultural Programs Application" form, and a Program-Specific Page for each desired program from the links above.

For more information about the Cultural Programs, call the Cultural Programs Manager at (605) 673-4681, ext. 286.