Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians Tribal Council, Tribal elders, Tribal members, Native artists and non-Native residents of the Lac du Flambeau community are united in their vision for a space to proudly present and represent the unique and rich Woodland Indian Arts and Culture of Lac du Flambeau.
A new vision for the Lac du Flambeau Multicultural Arts Center is materializing. We've come a long way yet there is still much work we will do together to see this vision realized.
There is an urgent need for the restoration and renovation of the historic Indian Bowl. In addition there is a need to integrate two existing arts and cultural institutions—the George W. Brown Jr. Ojibwe Art and Cultural museum and the Woodland Indian Art Center—and create a unified Lac du Flambeau Multicultural Native Arts Center.
Extensive strategic planning between the community members, project partners and the Lac du Flambeau Tribe has occurred over the past decade. This preliminary planning indicates the opportunity of a new facility to leverage the cultural and artistic assets of the community for increased economic development, increase culture tourism to the Northwoods region, the retention and creation of jobs, and the preservation of cultural assets for future generations.
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