Join WGM for a tour of Hearts of Our People, an exhibition featuring the work of more than 100 Native women artists, organized by and presented at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia). Our guide, Mia curator Jill Alberg Yohe, will lead us through the galleries to reflect on the stories and work presented. You’ll have additional time to walk through the exhibition on your own following the tour.
For those interested, we’ll meet up (minus our guide) about 60 minutes after the tour ends for an informal discussion on the first floor outside Mia’s coffeeshop.
This event is limited to 15 people. Your fee will include your ticket into the event and covers WGM’s costs to set up this private tour. REGISTER
From Mia: About the Exhibition
Women have long been the creative force behind Native art. Presented in close cooperation with top Native women artists and scholars, this first major exhibition of artwork by Native women honors the achievements of over 115 artists from the United States and Canada spanning over 1,000 years. Their triumphs—from pottery, textiles, and painting, to photographic portraits, to a gleaming El Camino—show astonishing innovation and technical mastery. Learn more about the exhibition from our Frequently Asked Questions page. The exhibition runs through August 18.
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
Tour: approximately 1 hour
Please plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early to allow for parking. We will meet outside the store/coffee shop on the first floor before the tour. Please arrive by 12:55pm. We’ll email additional details and a reminder the Friday before the tour.
Additional Information About this Exhibit
For those who are interested in the exhibition, but can’t make the WGM tour, there are plenty of options for you.
Hearts of Our People ticketing, general information
General Admission, $20 | My Mia Member, $16 | Investor + member, Free | Youth 17 & Under, Free. An audio guide is included with your ticket purchase.
Public Tours: Mia offers public tours of the special exhibit, included in your ticket purchase, at the following times: Weekdays at 2 pm; Thursdays at 2 pm & 7 pm.
The exhibition is free to all Mia members on select days, contact Mia for those dates and for more info about the public tours.