Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts at 25 

Through Sunday, June 2, Boise Art Museum

If you've picked up a copy of this year's Treasure Valley Read, There There by Native American writer Tommy Orange, then you just might find Boise Art Museum's latest exhibition, Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts at 25, a timely one. Like There There, Crow's Shadow dives into a particular slice of the Native American experience, showcasing works from the archives of The Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, a printmaking studio located on a reservation near Pendleton, Oregon. The exhibition includes prints by 51 artists, some Native American, some not, who have worked at the institute over its 25-year history. They will be on display at BAM through Sunday, June 2.

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