Lower Sioux Indian Community Art Incubator

In 2018 Sweet Grass, along with Kimberly Pate Consulting and Painted Skye Management, were invited by the Lower Sioux Indian (Cansa’yapi) Community to conduct a feasibility study. The community had dreamed and planned of a place for elders to rest and teach, adults to learn, work, and thrive, and for children to play and be immersed in Dakota ways of knowing and being. The results were overwhelmingly positive and they are now just months away from groundbreaking on a new facility!

With BNIM, Pyatt Studio, StudioNYL, PCD Engeineering, and KLJ Engineering

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Sweet Grass is proud to announce that Alyssa was recently published in The Applied Anthropologist journal with her article, "Native CDFIs and Continue Resilience: Short-Term Reponses with Long-Term Im