Indigenous Art Gallery

Salt Lake City, UT

Mon - Thur 11am-6pm

Fri - Sun By Appointment

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On View in The
Gallery

Current Exhibition

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 POP-UP ART SALE & FUNDRAISER

benefitting
Restoring Ancestral Winds

SATURDAY MARCH 5, 2022
4:00-6:30pm VIP PREVIEW and Indigenous Food Tasting

$25/person


6:30-9:00pm

OPEN TO PUBLIC
on view

About the Exhibit

This exhibition will raise awareness and funds for Restoring Ancestral Winds, a Tribal coalition responding to the violence perpetrated on Indigenous communities within the Great Basin and strengthening the traditional values of Indigenous relations. 

Good Deeds (Jorge Rojas, Laura Sharp Wilson, Camron Carpenter) is committed to strengthening community by building a network of local artists, supporters, collectors, and alternative exhibition spaces, while supporting nonprofits that are doing good work.

Restoring Ancestral Winds, a Utah Tribal coalition responding to the violence perpetrated on Indigenous communities within the Great Basin. The funds raised will go directly towards Carry The Water, a new Indigenous Community Healing Garden in SLC that will sustain concepts of healing through water and connecting with the land. For the year 2022, Restoring Ancestral Winds is partnering with individuals, artists, seed-keepers, organizations and Tribal members to provide a sacred space for knowledge sharing and violence prevention measures, by strengthening kinship with our Urban Indigenous community of Salt Lake City, extending invitations to other Relatives of Color.

You may also support the garden by donating directly to: Restoring Ancestral Winds | paypal.me/RestoringAncestral

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MEET THE ORGANIZERS

Restoring Ancestral Winds mission is to support healing in our Indigenous communities. We will: advocate for healthy relationships; educate our communities on issues surrounding stalking, domestic, sexual, dating and family violence; collaborate with Great Basin community members and stakeholders; honor and strengthen traditional values of all our relations.

Good Deeds (Jorge Rojas, Laura Sharp Wilson, Camron Carpenter) is committed to strengthening community by building a network of local artists, supporters, collectors, and alternative exhibition spaces, while supporting nonprofits that are doing good work.

Indigenous Food Tasting provided by MMIWhoismissing.

MMIWhoismissing is a 100% Indigenous-lead, sovereign and educational voice that advocates for grassroots efforts, provides mutual aid and works directly with Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives, Survivors, & Tribal coalitions laying the groundwork, socially and politically to protect our Indigenous Populations from further Colonial Violence.

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About
Lost Eden Gallery

Bringing our stories home

Located in the heart of Salt Lake City's art district, Lost Eden Gallery is an independent gallery exclusively dedicated to north American Indigenous art. We are steadfast and committed to bringing Indigenous voices to the forefront of interpretations, writings, and exhibitions of Oceania art and culture. As an Indigenous-owned arts and culture platform, the Gallery is focused on creating art for non-art outcomes and experiences.