RedCan Galleries

Immerse yourself in RedCan! View the image galleries from pervious RedCan Graffiti Jam’s as well as the Virtual RedCan video library!

2020 Gallery

Murals

2020 Virtual Gallery

RedCan 2020 Mural Premiere

RedCan Mini Documentary & Oil Pastels w/ Wade Patton

Opening Song and Prayer & Panel Discussion: “Changing The Narrative; The Power of Messaging Through Public Art”

RedCan Mini Documentary & Photo Transfer/Printmaking w/ Micheal Two Bulls

Panel Discussion: “Remember Your Medicines; Keeping Our Body And Spirit Healthy Through Adverse Times”

RedCan Mini Documentary & Miniature Shields w/ Gus Yellow Hair

Panel Discussion: “Powered By Our Ancestors; Harnessing The Wisdom Of Our People To Empower Our Next Generation”

DJ Micah Presents: Virtual RedCan Mix 2020

RedCan Mini Documentary & Skateboard Design with Our Youth @ Cheyenne River Youth Project & Live Painting w/ Unalee Howe

Talking Circle with Julie Garreau, Executive Director, Cheyenne River Youth Project & Featured Artists

2019 Gallery

Images courtesy Wingspan Media

Murals


Artists at Work


Traditional Dance


Other Activities and Photos


2018 Gallery

Images courtesy Wingspan Media

Murals


Artists at Work


Traditional Dance


Other Activities


2017 Gallery

Images courtesy of Richard Steinberger Photography

Finished Murals


Artists at Work


Traditional Dances


Graffiti Workshop


Other Activities


2016 Gallery

Images courtesy of Richard Steinberger Photography

Finished Murals


Artists at Work


Traditional Dances


Graffiti Stencil Workshop


2015 Gallery

Finished Murals


Artists at Work


Traditional Dances


EXPLORE REDCAN GRAFFITI JAM

RedCan Artists

Meet the artists participating in the current year’s graffiti jam.

RedCan Documentaries

Watch the RedCan documentaries.

RedCan Galleries

View all the RedCan galleries, from the beginning.

RedCan Special Guests

Meet the special guests participating in the current year’s graffiti jam.

EXPLORE WANIYETU WOWAPI LAKOTA YOUTH ARTS & CULTURE INSTITUTE

Classes and Workshops

The Waniyetu Wowapi Lakota Youth Arts and Culture Institute currently offers programming in fine art, graffiti and street art, and traditional Lakota arts. Our long-term vision includes music and movement, commercial arts, full internships/peer mentor program. Learn more about the Classes and Workshops offered.

Lakota Arts Fellowship

The Waniyetu Wowapi Lakota Youth Arts and Culture Institute has launched a 9-month fellowship program. This opportunity is for teens who have indicated they are considering pursuing a career in the arts. Learn more about the Lakota Arts Fellowship.

Instructors

The Waniyetu Wowapi Lakota Youth Arts and Culture Institute instructors include both national and local/traditional artists. Learn more about the instructors.

Waniyetu Wowapi Art Park

The Cheyenne River community chose the name for CRYP’s free, public art park, christening it “Waniyetu Wowapi.” Translated from Lakota, it means “Winter Count”—a year period, from snow to snow, written on something flat. The winter count is how the Lakota Nation traditionally recorded its history, so it was a fitting name for our 5-acre park. Learn more about the Art Park.

RedCan Graffiti Jam

Graffiti jams were designed to introduce graffiti as an art form, bringing together people who exemplify the contemporary graffiti art movement and how it has evolved since its inception a half century ago. In the case of RedCan, not only are artists showcasing a global movement, its relevance and how to be part of it, they’re connecting the graffiti world with the indigenous one, allowing Lakota artists to infuse graffiti with their own culture, identities and stories. Learn more about the RedCan Graffiti Jam.