• Mark Ortiz, "The(Door)". Student Art
    The United Auburn Indian Community School
    Student and Community Exhibition
    December 10, 2015 — February 28, 2016

In 2006 the United Auburn Indian Community created the UAIC School in hopes of providing academic excellence for its tribal members.

In 2006 the United Auburn Indian Community created the UAIC School in hopes of providing academic excellence for its tribal members. The school, which currently serves preschool through middle school students, was founded on the philosophy and values of the tribal leadership; Fortitude, Bravery/Courage, Respect, Wisdom, Spirituality, and Health & Wellness. The goal for the school is to support children in attaining these core values in addition to providing an academically rigorous curriculum.

The Official Rogue Book Club

For Mental Health Month, we are taking on ​"Marbles" ​by cartoonist Ellen Forney, which explores the relationship between “crazy” and “creative.”

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Icons in Conversation: Alison Saar

Known for her powerful sculptures and prints that illuminate narratives of the African Diaspora, Saar’s work is featured in collections across the world.

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