20-20-20 in 2020 August 07 2019
Our purpose has become better defined and our model has proven successful, but there is so much more to do. And so we are reaching out to our supporters and friends to ask you to include Seven Fires in your charitable giving this year and next. We are also asking you to reach out to your friends, coworkers, employers, as well as businesses, churches or other organizations that might have an interest in being part of our Mission.
A New Name and Wider Reach for the Art Center October 05 2018We have renamed to Seven Council Fires Native Art. And today we are very happy to announce that we are ready to roll with a new web address, new Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest pages … and an expanded mission!
A New President and a New Start for the Art Center! December 01 2017
It is with great excitement and optimism that we announce our new President and Director, Brendon Albers!
Brendon is already bringing new life to the Pine Ridge Art Center!
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So Much In Store! July 21 2017
We're becoming a fast-growing online source for authentic Lakota goods!
Shop our expanding range of Oglala Lakota art and
Meet our growing membership of Artists who are making it happen!
Quickly approaching our third anniversary, we have not lost sight of our founding Mission.
Your support can help us bring revenue to the Reservation and expand our vision ...
Watch for news on our ART FOR SHELTER campaign coming soon!
What is Happening? January 29 2017
2017 is going to be a monumental year, of that we can be sure. As a non-profit, we are expected to not express political views, but when executive orders during the first few days of the new administration are bringing enormous threats to Native American lands, National Parks and Forests, water sources, sacred grounds and natural resources, it is time to take a stand. The health of our Unci Maka, our Mother Earth, is directly linked to our own health and it is time to speak out against actions that will cause irreparable harm to our children and grandchildren.
One of the underlying passions behind the Pine Ridge Art Center is to bring to the world stage the deep connection between art and nature - between Creator, Unci Maka, and ourselves - that is woven into every aspect of the traditional arts of the Lakota people.
In light of the alarming events of the past few days, we at the PRCAC strengthen our resolve to do our part to instruct and guide people everywhere in the vision of our Native ancestors, to protect our sacred water and air, and to defend our Mother Earth
The Time is Now May 18 2015To get started, the PRCAC is in desperate need of funds and people to help raise those funds and organize for these goals and events.... So, if you’re interested in what we’re doing and would like to donate or get involved, please let us know. The need is urgent and the time is now!
Need for Art Center in Pine Ridge September 21 2014
Launching the Pine Ridge Center for Artists and Crafters is the realization of a dream and the answer to a great need. It is the result of merging and opening up and seems to be gaining a momentum of its own with the affirmation and support of so many people. We hope to make this web site the hub of education and support for Oglala Lakota artisans living on and from the Pine Ridge Reservation; please check back often for more products, news and events!