From August 23, 2022 7:57 am until August 27, 2022 9:57 am
At Gardiner, MT
Posted by Tracey Sutton
Categories: Gardiner, MT Events
Mountain Time Arts (MTA) presents Yellowstone Revealed, a series of place-based projects by an inter-tribal group of Indigenous artists and scholars designed to demonstrate the historic and continued presence of Indigenous people in the Yellowstone region.
The Artworks:REMATRIATE by Patti Baldes - On August 24th and 25th, join us at sunset near Roosevelt Arch in Gardiner, MT to witness an artwork that will showcase 7 moving buffalo sculptures brought to life by 14 dancers and 10 drummers.
Lighted Teepees: Resiliency of the People by Pretty Shield Foundation and Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council - Seven teepees will be installed by Roosevelt Arch in Gardiner, MT and lighted nightly at sunset from August 23-27, 2022.
ReVisiting the Stories: Indigenous Environmental Stewardship by Dean Nicolai and Tim Ryan - A series of interpretive hikes, demonstrations and storytelling that will take place in various locations such as Sheep Eaters Cliff, Storm Point and Obsidian Cliff from 9am-3pm on August 23-27, 2022.
All Nations Teepee Village by Shane Doyle – Located in Madison Junction and featuring twelve teepee lodges and fifteen teepee rings that signify a new era of Indigenous inclusion and representation in YNP. The installation will come to life with a community of tribal representatives sharing knowledge with Park visitors daily from 9am-5pm. Nightly performances 8/23-8/25 at 8pm.
Visit www.mountaintimearts.org for full event details.