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We believe this project will bridge lost friendships and connections for the men and women that served together, lived together, and witnessed the death of many of their fellow soldiers. This event will also help educate the general public about the sacrifices our people have made to protect these lands and why.
Trickster Gallery was established on March 5, 2005 to create a unique contemporary view of Native arts, cultural education and awareness. Today the Trickster Art Gallery is the only Native American owned and operated arts institution in the State of Illinois and is dedicated to providing space for first-voice multi-cultural arts, veterans and social justice issues related to these areas. The Gallery features contemporary Native art (post 1960s) and augments exhibits with featured speakers, panel discussions, school tours and educator workshops.