AICHO Galleries

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Every time I enter the auditorium in Trepanier Hall, I am amazed by the presence of it.  At Gimaajii-Mino-Bimaadizimin, the beauty of Indigenous people is overt and striking…This is a place not only for Native people to gather, but for our community to gather as a whole.

Sarah Curtiss, Anishinaabe, Program Director Men As Peacemakers 
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American Indian
Community Housing Organization

202 W. 2nd Street
Duluth, MN 55802

Phone
(218) 722-7225 (Main)
(218) 722-2247 (Dabinoo'Igan)

www.aicho.org

Transit: 03 St & 02 AW

For more information, send us a message using our webform.
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The Gimaajii Mino Bimaadizimin Artist/ Community Collaboration is an art-making and artist development project serving Native American artists primarily from the Fond du Lac, Bois Forte, White Earth, Mille Lacs, Leech Lake Bands and Red Lake Nation.

Funded in part by First Nations Development Institute through the Native Arts Capacity Initiative (NACBI), the program works with the Gimaajii community to curate, coordinate and document art-making events, Native artist skill-building and professional development workshops, and collaborative installations and performances.

The NACBI enhances the capacity of AICHO as a “Native Community Arts Organization” by formalizing the collaborative as a program and budget of AICHO; providing technical assistance from First Nations; providing experiential learning to our Arts Coordinator, and expanding our skills in maintaining a web gallery.