Rabbett Before Horses Screening
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Rabbett Before Horses is a special one-hour PBS Wisconsin documentary presenting an in-depth portrait of the Northern Wisconsin-based artist, from his rock band days on the Fillmore stage in San Francisco, to his return to his ancestral home on the Red Cliff Reservation, through the advanced mathematical theories scrolling through his mind, to the belief among his fellow Ojibwe that his intricate paintings come from his dreams.
The Tweed Museum of Art, PBS Wisconsin, WDSE•WRPT and Wisconsin Public Radio partnered to bring you Rabbett Before Horses, a PREMIERE screening of a documentary-biography of the Wisconsin artist.
Join us February 4 at 5:30 pm at the Tweed Museum of Art for a reception, with hors d'oeuvres and light refreshments, followed by the screening at Montague Lecture Hall 70, University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) at 7 pm (seating begins at 6:45 pm).
Alternate snow date is February 11.
Free and open to the public. Limited Seating. Please RSVP here.
Funding for Rabbett Before Horses includes major support from the John and Carolyn Peterson Charitable Foundation, Ronald and Patricia Anderson, John and Barbara McFarland, and the Ruth St. John and John Dunham West Foundation, with additional support from the Bitzer Family Legacy Fund, Pat and Judy Sebranek, the John J. Frautschi Family Foundation, the Focus Fund for Wisconsin Programming, and Friends of PBS Wisconsin.
Image credit: Rabbett Before Horses Strickland (Red Cliff and Bad River Ojibwe, b. 1949). Nanabozhoo Getting Nibi, 2014. Oil on Canvas.