Nov 15th, 2008 | By | Category: 20-2: Native Green, Tribal College News

UTTC STUDENTS CREATE THE KEEPERThe Keeper, a metal sculpture depicting an eagle, is the fifth piece of public art created in the last five years in a cooperative project with the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District. The sculpture was crafted over the summer by students, from left: Charles Anderson, New Hope, MN; Tina Curley (Fort Peck Tribe), Wolf Point, MT, designer of the sculpture; Stacey Grant (Omaha Tribe of Nebraska), Lincoln, NE; Brenna Ashburn (Standing Rock Tribe), Harwood, ND; E. J. Red Bear (Cheyenne River Tribe), Eagle Butte, SD; and, in foreground, Kristina Kalenze (Spirit Lake Tribe), Bismarck, ND. Not pictured: Freedom McLaughlin (Standing Rock Tribe), Bismarck, ND, and Dustin Thompson (Standing Rock Tribe), Bismarck, ND. United Tribes News photo.

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