Fix-It Tech Clinic
A community technology education event
providing free computer hardware repair, education and technical
Have a computer question or issue? If
your computer or laptop is slow, not working or seems to have a
virus, bring it in for free tech support! Our volunteers will teach
valuable repair skills, answer questions and give technical advice
about your device.
First come, first served, labor will be
free, parts available for purchase. Bring your laptop and/or desktop
tower and power cord. Volunteers will help with smartphones and
tablets based on capacity. Free workshops and resources: short
sessions will cover vasic computer maintenance and Internet safety.
Pick up resources, learn about technology education programs and
careers. Sponsored by the City of Minneapolis IT Department.
10 a.m. To 2 p.m., Waite House,
Pillsbury United Communities, 2323 11th Ave. S.,
Augsburg College 7th
Registration for drum groups and
dancers, 11 a.m., no pre-registration; Dancer honorarium: Registered
dancers only, must be in regalia; Drum honorarium: Split for first 10
registered drum groups, 5 singer minimum, no drum hopping.
Honoring for Augsburg College American
Indian Graduates at 3 p.m.: Joe Vital, Red Lake; Marcus White, Red
Lake; John Boyd, Red Lake; Craig Beaulieu, Mille Lacs; Nick Wadena,
White Earth; Ira Mason, Red Lake; Sasha Benitez, Turtle Mountain;
Catherine Colsrud, Mille Lacs; Angela Wheeler, Pine Ridge; and
Matthew Johnson, Lower Sioux.
Aztex Mexica Dance Ceremony from
Kalpulli-KetzalCoatlicue at 3:45 p.m. (after Honoring Ceremony).
Informational vendors include: Indian
Health Board; Hennepin County Child and Teen Check Up Program; Native
American Community Clinic; Save The Kids; Native Lives Matter;
Augsburg Fairveiw Academy School; U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
Art/Craft vendors include: Woodland
Crafts, Charlie Stately; Estella Yeung, Growing Blue Flowers; Gerald
Korbel; Michelle Page; Roberto Cordova; Hustle Tribe; Pat and Myron
Rosebear; and Ellie Faller.
All Powwow committee decisions are
Free admission; all are welcome. Grand
Entries, 1 and 6 p.m., Si Melby Gymnasium–715 23rd Ave. S.,
For more information, call American
Indian Student Services at 612-330-1144, email AISS@augsburg.edu or
31st Annual CNIA Powwow
Emcee: Jerry Dearly; Host Drum: Bad
Nation, Fort Thompson, S.D.; Arena Director: Gus Claymore, Cheyenne
River Sioux; Honor Guard: Vietnam Veterans Kit Fox Society, Sisseton,
S.D.; Head Dancers: picked each session.
Day money for registered dancers in
regalia only; Drum Split: First 10 registered drum groups, 5 singer
minimum, no drum hopping; Powwow Feast is free for dancers, singers
and elders; Specials: Men’s Traditional, Women’s Traditional, Men’s
Grass, Women’s Jingle; Hand Drum Contest; CNIA Princess and Brave
Contest; American Indian Arts and Crafts; Peace Run 5K (free run and
walk), begins at 9 a.m., registration is online at CNIA Web site.
Doors open, 11
a.m.; Grand Entries, 1 and 7 p.m., University of Minnesota, Morris
Physical Education Center, Morris, MN. For more information, call
Gabe Desrosiers at 605-742-4916 or email email@example.com.
Through March 21
“George Morrison: Drawing at the
Bockley Gallery is pleased to announce
its upcoming exhibition George Morrison: Drawing at the Horizon that
features a selection of drawings and important sketchbooks by the
Ojibwe artist. Many of the works, including documents, sketchbooks
and diaries were recently shown in an exhibition of the same title at
the Duluth Art Institute.
Drawing at the Horizon also coincides
with the traveling retrospective exhibition Modern Spirit: The Art of
George Morrison, at the Minnesota History Center.
Gallery, 2123 W. 21st St., Minneapolis, MN. Free. For more
information, call 612-377-4669 or visit www.bockleygallery.com.
Through April 26
“Modern Spirit: The Art of
Born in the now-vanished village of
Chippewa City, Minn., near the Grand Portage Reservation, George
Morrison later adopted that signature Indian motif, the totem pole,
which he reinterpreted in modernist sculptures. His accomplishments
are eloquently reprised with over 80 paintings, drawings and
sculpture spanning his 60-year career, the show is a well-deserved
tribute to Morrison’s complexity, steady vision, integrity and
Though initiated by the Minnesota
Museum of American Art (MMAA) in St. Paul, and drawn primarily from
the MMAA collection, the show is too big to fit into that museum’s
small exhibition galleries. Its History Center presentation is the
conclusion of a two-year tour to museums in Fargo, New York,
Indianapolis and Phoenix.
Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.;
Wednesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sundays, noon-5 p.m. Minnesota
History Center, 345 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, MN. Admission: $11
adults; free on Tuesday evenings.
For more information, call 651-259-3000
or visit www.mnhs.org.
Through May 9
“The Art of Indigenous Resistance”
The Art of Indigenous Resistance is a
traveling exhibition of work by 20 Indigenous artists co-curated by
All My Relations Gallery and Honor the Earth. The exhibition is made
of both prints and original works of art that highlights Honor the
Earth’s 31 years of Indigenous outreach and community resistance. In
correspondence with the art and activism theme, we are excited to
also include paintings from the Minneapolis community.
Visual art plays an important role as
it has the ability to stimulate and encourage a unifying perspective.
Through art, it can evoke emotion, tell stories, inspire and
motivate. When channeled as a vehicle it carries issues of
consciousness where it can become a catalyst for meaningful change.
Artist Participants: John Isaiah
Pepion, Jesus Barraza, Jaque Fragua, Betty Laduke, Votan, Gregg Deal,
Nani Chacon, Chip Thomas, Kim Smith, Tom Greyeyes, Star
Wallowingbull, Rabbet Strickland, Donald Montileaux, Alania Buffalo
Spirit, Ron Toahanie Jackson, Michael Horse, Remy Fredenberg, Jaycee
Beyale, Cheyenne Randall and Lucie Skjefte.
All My Relations Gallery, 1414 E.
Franklin Ave., Minneapolis, MN. Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10
a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Closed Sunday and Monday. For
more information, call 612-235-4970 or visit