Museum Closed
Museum Temporarily Closed for Exhibit Installation

The art museum will be closed this week for the installation of two new exhibits: (ha)kirinąk/to return home featured in the Museum’s first-floor main galleries and Stand Together! on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine. The museum will reopen to the public with an artist reception on Friday, July 12 from 5:30 - 7 pm. We look forward to your visit!

The art museum will be closed this week for the installation of two new exhibits: (ha)kirinąk/to return home featured in the Museum’s first-floor main galleries and Stand Together! on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine. The museum will reopen to the public with an artist reception on Friday, July 12 from 5:30 - 7 pm. We look forward to your visit!

The art museum will be closed this week for the installation of two new exhibits: (ha)kirinąk/to return home featured in the Museum’s first-floor main galleries and Stand Together! on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine. The museum will reopen to the public with an artist reception on Friday, July 12 from 5:30 - 7 pm. We look forward to your visit!

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(ha)kirinąk / to return home
(ha)kirinąk / to return home
by Henry Payer

(ha)kirinąk / to return home features a collection of 35 artworks by Henry Payer, a Ho Chunk artist enrolled in the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska currently residing in Sioux City, Iowa. The exhibit marks the first of this magnitude that celebrates an Indigenous artist and his return to his ancestral homeland in the State of Wisconsin. Payer with his bold, contemporary, mixed media work aims to contribute to the revision of the Ho Chunk history through the creation of a contemporary aesthetic of the Ho Chunk narrative.

(ha)kirinąk / to return home features a collection of 35 artworks by Henry Payer, a Ho Chunk artist enrolled in the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska currently residing in Sioux City, Iowa. The exhibit marks the first of this magnitude that celebrates an Indigenous artist and his return to his ancestral homeland in the State of Wisconsin. Payer with his bold, contemporary, mixed media work aims to contribute to the revision of the Ho Chunk history through the creation of a contemporary aesthetic of the Ho Chunk narrative.

(ha)kirinąk / to return home features a collection of 35 artworks by Henry Payer, a Ho Chunk artist enrolled in the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska currently residing in Sioux City, Iowa. The exhibit marks the first of this magnitude that celebrates an Indigenous artist and his return to his ancestral homeland in the State of Wisconsin. Payer with his bold, contemporary, mixed media work aims to contribute to the revision of the Ho Chunk history through the creation of a contemporary aesthetic of the Ho Chunk narrative.

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Stand Together!
Stand Together!

The exhibit Stand Together! on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine features work by Camille Billie, Oneida Nation (De Pere, WI); Weeya Calif, Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama (Green Bay, WI); Pat Kruse, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (Duluth, MN); and Christopher Sweet, Ho Chunk Nation/Ojibwe (Beaver Dam, WI). In unison with (ha)kirinąk / to return home in the main galleries, the exhibit explores the creative culture of Woodland artists from around the Great Lakes.

The exhibit Stand Together! on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine features work by Camille Billie, Oneida Nation (De Pere, WI); Weeya Calif, Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama (Green Bay, WI); Pat Kruse, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (Duluth, MN); and Christopher Sweet, Ho Chunk Nation/Ojibwe (Beaver Dam, WI). In unison with (ha)kirinąk / to return home in the main galleries, the exhibit explores the creative culture of Woodland artists from around the Great Lakes.

The exhibit Stand Together! on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine features work by Camille Billie, Oneida Nation (De Pere, WI); Weeya Calif, Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama (Green Bay, WI); Pat Kruse, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (Duluth, MN); and Christopher Sweet, Ho Chunk Nation/Ojibwe (Beaver Dam, WI). In unison with (ha)kirinąk / to return home in the main galleries, the exhibit explores the creative culture of Woodland artists from around the Great Lakes.

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A year-round art museum located in the heart of historic downtown Sturgeon Bay on Wisconsin's Door Peninsula, fostering the creative life of the community.

About the Miller Art Museum

Founded in 1975 through the generosity of Gerhard and Ruth Miller, the Miller Art Museum is Door County’s year-round center for exhibition, education and creative enrichment in the visual arts and the Peninsula’s only fine art museum, housing a dynamic permanent collection of 20th c. Wisconsin art. The Museum’s main gallery features regularly changing exhibitions, embracing a wide range of subjects and media, both historic and contemporary; the second floor Gerhard CF Miller wing surveys the extraordinary life and work of celebrated dean of Door County artists Gerhard CF Miller.

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