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Slick--Duane (Class of 1986)

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1 Honoring Cultural Heritage with the Meskwaki Nation
Vantiger--Alayna (Student--1921), Fortmann--Toni (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 118:1, p.04
8/26/2021 The Meskwaki Nation and UNI co-hosted a public celebration of the new cooperative mission between the two entities. The celebration was held on August 24, 2021 and featured an art gallery exhibit and a performance by Larry Yazzie of the Meskwaki Nation; photo.
2 UNI Gallery of Art to present solo exhibit by Duane Slick
Makinster--Jordan Michael (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 107:9, p.6
9/28/2010 Department of Art alumnus featured in solo exhibit. Duane Slick will also talk about his work and share his inspirations and his career.
3 UNI Gallery of Art to present solo exhibition by UNI Department of Art alumnus Duane Slick
Public Relations News Release 2010:50, p.1
9/15/2010 The exhibition, "The Untraceable Present: Paintings by Duane Slick" will feature a decade or more of paintings as well as artist's books. Slick is a Mesqwaki artist from Waterloo, Iowa, who received a B. F. A. in painting and a B. A. in Art Education.
4 Native people focus of art exhibit
Northern Iowan 89:48, p.13
3/30/1993 Duane Slick will exhibit work at Hearst Center.
5 The Bat Studio designed to meet a need
Northern Iowan 82:47, p.10
4/4/1986 Bat Studio gives art students a chance to display their work.
6 Discussing works of art
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 82:45, p.8
3/28/1986 Duane Slick and Kayann Short discuss a work of art done by Slick; photo.
7 UNI juried student art exhibition award winners announced
Public Relations News Release 1986:286, p.1
3/4/1986 Works by nine UNI students were cited for honors.
8 Opening reception, awards presentation Sunday (March 2) for annual juried UNI student art exhibition
Public Relations News Release 1986:279, p.1
2/27/1986 Works by fifty-two UNI students will be shown in the Gallery of Art; a total of 206 works by 66 artists were submitted for the show; all art majors and students currently in an art class were able to submit works.
9 UNI student teachers completing their service in Iowa communities
Public Relations News Release 1986:254, p.1
2/12/1986 Student teachers are usually UNI seniors and they observe and teach for nine weeks, receiving eight credit hours for their work.

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