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South Puget Sound Community College welcomes back the Native American Heritage Art Exhibit for its third year on Wednesday, April 6 at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts Gallery.


The exhibit returns as part of the third annual Native American Heritage Celebration at South Puget Sound, which was held in the fall this year. The Minnaert Center Gallery will display the exhibition, which runs through April 28. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Thursday from noon to 5 p.m. and by appointment.


The exhibit features paintings, prints, jewelry, basketry and other media from Native American artists from the Pacific Northwest and beyond, as submissions were accepted nationally.


The gallery exhibit is open to the public and free. For questions about the gallery exhibition, contact the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts at (360) 596-5501.


ABOUT THE MINNAERT CENTER: The Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, South Puget Sound Community College’s signature building, houses a 500-seat main stage theater, the Black Box Theater, an art gallery and state-of-the-art music facilities. In addition, the building’s classrooms for art labs and choral and instrumental music rehearsals offer home bases for the college’s humanities and communication programs. 


Dean of College Relations
Kellie Purce Braseth
South Puget Sound Community College
(360) 596-5214
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