Bemidji State’s Monika Lawrence Participates in Public Art Project

“Ojibwe Heart”

Bemidji State University’s Monika Lawrence, adjunct integrated media faculty, participated in a public art project in Fargo, North Dakota.

The Brooklyn-based project “Photoville FENCE” incorporates work from almost 100 photographers across the United States. Their photos are fastened together by chain-link fences.

Lawrence’s contribution “Ojibwe Heart” showcases the traditions of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa in Northern Minnesota.



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