Detention Nation

September 12, 2017- January 5, 2018 The Texas/Mexico art collective Sin Huellas has created a thought provoking installation entitled, Detention Nation. Chain link fences topped with barbed wire surround the exhibition and highlight the harsh realities faced by U.S. immigrants who find themselves incarcerated in immigration detention facilities. Sin Huellas members include Delilah Montoya, Christina…

Transcendental Train Yard

August 8, 2017- January 13, 2018 This exhibition features serigraphs that incorporate image and poetry. Artist Marta Sánchez and poet Norma Elia Cantú worked collaboratively to create a collection of images and words that poignantly provide a glimpse into the role that the railroad and the carpas (itinerant vaudeville troupes) played in the Mexican American…

Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate

September 12- December 21, 2017 In 2004 a rare opportunity presented itself when a leader of the “Creativity Movement,” a virulent white supremacist organization, defected and presented the Montana Human Rights Network with 4000 manuscripts used as promotional material. The Network then partnered with Holter Museum of Art, in Helena Montana, and with artists in…