. The University Art Galleries and the University of South Dakota are pleased to announce the 2019 Northern Plains Indian Artist in Residence, Henry Payer. The (NPIAR) is funded by a generous grant from the Cargill Foundation the Contemporary Native Arts Program (CNAP) at the University of South Dakota. Payer’s work produced during his residency will be on exhibit in the John A Day Gallery in the Warren M. Lee Center for Fine Art in Oct 16 through November 17, 2019. Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm. Join us for an opening reception on Oct, 18 2019, 5 pm – 7pm. Henry Payer, Ho-Chunk, from Winnebago, Nebraska, is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Sioux City, Iowa. Received an MFA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI in 2013 and a BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM in 2008. Payer’s residency project will focus on the removal and relocation route of the Ho Chunk people from Wisconsin during the Dakota Uprising of 1862. Payer will travel to significant locations and collect materials from the Crow Creek area, down the Missouri River and ending at Winnebago, Nebraska. “The land inspires and provides ideas, stories and experiences.