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Manchester gallery offers art focusing on an indigenous identity

Floor imageLink Gallery at Manchester University offers art pieces by North Manchester resident Briana Floor in “Indigi-Flections: Reflections on an Indigenous Identity.”

Beginning in November, which is Native American Heritage Month, the exhibit continues through Feb. 4.

Link Gallery is in Winger Hall on East Street in North Manchester. The public is welcome, and masks are required inside MU buildings.

The art show features colorful skirts, detailed drawings and vibrant paintings.  

Growing up in North Manchester, Floor also spent time in the hills with her Native relatives in Appalachia. She is a poet and has spent many years working as a healer in both Native and Eastern traditions.

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If you want more information, please contact Thelma S. Rohrer, director of MU galleries, at

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