March 02, 2020
Rainboth most recently worked as the executive director for the Jacmel Arts Center and the executive director for Living Media International, both located in Haiti. He is an independent visual artist who has exhibited his paintings, drawings and photography throughout the United States and internationally. Originally from Iowa, Rainboth holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Iowa State University.
“We’re thrilled to have Lee join our staff at The Indian Museum of North America as cultural programs manager,” Dunehoo said. “With many years of experience in cultural arts programming and international tourism, Lee will bring a great deal of expertise and professionalism to our operations. We are confident that his mindset for the arts and his positive energy will continue to strengthen our friendships with Native American artists and performers, and that he will make an excellent addition to the whole Crazy Horse Memorial team.”
As cultural programs manager, Rainboth will be responsible for arranging and managing the many performances and special events that take place at Crazy Horse Memorial throughout the year, particularly between May and October. These include daily performances with local native artists, regularly scheduled events with native artists from across North America, artists in residence, art exhibitions, lectures, special festivities to commemorate Native Americans’ Day in October, and much more.
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