The art of Resilience/Fond du Lac and John's Hopkins Oodenang


A collaboration between John's Hopkins Great Lake Hub and the Fond du Lac Band brought together community members to share about their strengths and resilience. 

The amazing photographer Nedahness Greene and Heart Berry's Howes were asked to create art to visually represent their words.  These pieces are available through Fond du Lac Reservation in Minnesota, Howes' home community.  

For prints and information on Nedahness Greene connect with her on her facebook.  For more information on custom art from Heart Berry email info@heartberry.com

Check the gallery--

Heart Berry Bear John's Hopkins
Art by Sarah Agaton Howes
Nedahness Greene Johns Hopkins
Photo by Nedahness Greene
bandolier bag heart berry johns hopkins
Art by Sarah Agaton Howes
gathering nedahness greene johns hopkins
Photo by Nedahness Greene
birds agaton howes johns hopkins
Art by Sarah Agaton Howes
father son greene johns hopkins
Photo by Nedahness Greene
butterflies agaton howes johns hopkins
Art by Sarah Agaton Howes
greene photography johns hopkins
Photo by Nedahness Greene
birch bark johns hopkins custom art
Art by Sarah Agaton Howes
Photo by Nedahness Greene
mother son greene photography johns hopkins
Art by Sarah Agaton Howes
Photo by Nedahness Greene
moccasins custom art johns hopkins sarah agaton howes
Art by Sarah Agaton Howes
greene photography
Photo by Nedahness Greene
geometric custom art agaton howes
Art Sarah Agaton Howes
Photo Nedahness Greene

A huge Miigwech to Nedahness Greene, Doctor Melissa Walls, Nikki Crowe, and John's Hopkin's staff, and the whole Oodenang project for this vision and project.


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