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The Iinnii Initiative, Medicine Spring Library and ImagineIF Libraries invite Blackfeet artists to submit two to five pieces of any still art medium exploring the sacred significance of the buffalo to the Blackfeet Nation. This collaborative project will offer a window into Blackfeet landscape and culture through the lens of art. It will offer Blackfeet artists more exposure of their art to a different clientele and will help educate all people about the Blackfeet Buffalo Program’s Iinnii Initiative.

Ten artists will be selected for an exhibit on display at ImagineIF Libraries in Kalispell and Columbia Falls from August through November. Submissions will be accepted through June 30. Featured artists will be invited to an opening reception on Aug. 3 at ImagineIF Libraries in Kalispell.

Artists can upload photos of their artwork at imagineiflibraries.org/iinnii. Medicine Spring Library can assist artists with taking photos of their work and uploading by contacting Aaron LaFromboise at alafromboise@bfcc.edu.

ImagineIF Libraries encourage exploration, fresh ideas and self-discovery. ImagineIF offers activities and services for all ages. For more information, visit www.imagineiflibraries.org.

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