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The Eiteljorg Museum presents its 2019 Art Fellowship exhibition “It’s always going to be Native art. If a Native artist created it, it’s Native.” --Jennifer Complo McNutt - Curator of Contemporary Art

New exhibition examines the breadth of Native art “Just to be recognized, to be part of this roster of other artists that have come before me … it’s so great.” --Matthew Kirk - 2019 Eiteljorg Fellowship Artist

New exhibition examines the breadth of Native art “Contemporary Native artists are living and working today. They have the same kind of desire to create art that is deeply personal, made out of tradition.” --Jennifer Complo McNutt - Eiteljorg Curator of Contemporary Art

"Blurring the Line" featuring five Native Artists Nov. 16-Feb.2 at the Eiteljorg Museum. “Native art connects to individual artists, it rejects stereotypes; it reflects today and like all art, has changed over time. It not only blurs the line; it challenges the narrow definitions assigned to contemporary Native art and overcomes them.” --Jennifer Complo McNutt

Rita Letendre and Hannah Claus Receive 25K Eiteljorg Fellowships "Toronto-based painter Rita Letendre and Montreal-based installation artist Hannah Claus are among the five First Nations artists chosen for this year’s Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship."

News Release: Internationally Renowned Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship in the Spotlight “The Eiteljorg Museum has an incredible collection of Native American and Western art, but what really sets it apart from other institutions is the longstanding institutional commitment to Native American contemporary art.” -- Elisa Phelps, Eiteljorg Vice President and Chief Curatorial Officer

Internationally Renowned Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship in the Spotlight "Blurring the Line begins with a special welcoming celebration at the museum for the Eiteljorg Fellows on Friday evening, Nov. 15, followed by a public exhibition opening and gallery tour on Saturday, Nov. 16."

“The Eiteljorg Museum is home to one of the world’s best collections of contemporary Native art, and its Fellowship program has provided an insightful examination of contemporary Native art and impacted a broader art community.”