Indigenious Photographers Week: Jaida Grey Eagle
Jaida Grey Eagle is an Oglala Lakota artist, currently located in St. Paul, MN. Jaida is a photojournalist, producer, beadwork artist, and writer. She is a member of the Women’s Photograph, Indigenous Photograph, and 400 Years Project.She is a Report for America Fellow with the Sahan Journal covering communities of color in the Twin Cities. She is also researching Indigenous photography at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts as an ongoing former Curatorial Fellow. She holds her Bachelors emphasizing in Fine Art Photography from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Her work is featured in These Things Are Connected, a curated exhibition for the 2022 FotoFocus Biennial and upcoming is World Record at The Carnegie in Covington Kentucky.
Grey Eagle with be co-curating an upcoming exhibition focused on Native photography (title forthcoming) at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Follow Jaida Greg Eagle on Instagram: @jaida.greyeagle
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