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December 3, 2018, Monday - SIB PAUV ZOG: A Hmong Cultural Harvest at Hennepin Cty Gov Center

Time: 4pm

Location: Hennepin County Government Center, 300 S 6th Street

SIB PAUV ZOG: A Hmong Cultural Harvest

Sib pauv zog refers to the reciprocal exchange of labor that supports the well-being of one another, an utmost responsibility in Hmong culture. Hmong people have always sib pauv zog within family, clans, and society.

Siv Pauv Zog features contemporary Hmong artist and farmers through their respective work and stories, each a labor of love that reimagines Hmong existence, and makes way for new cultural traditions. With each installation, rethink where creativity and inspiration lives, what makes a cultural practice, what a harvest can be. Each one invites you to a more rooted experience of Hmong culture. 

Featured artist include Tori HongPa Na LorRedGreen RiversXee ReiterXeereiterinkKao Lee ThaoMelissa VangFashion Designer XeeShort Yaj.

This exhibit will be up from December 3 - January 25 at the Hennepin County Government Gallery. Free and open to the public during Downtown Minneapolis skyway hours. 

This exhibit is possible with support from the Hennepin County Multicultural Arts Committee and Forecast Public Art.