Colleen Cutschall's tribal affiliation is Oglala-Sicango Lakota, Pine Ridge, SD. She received her BFA from Barat College, Lake Forest, IL in 1973 and a MS Ed, from Black Hills University, Spearfish, SD. She currently teaches at Brandon University in the Visual Arts Department on Native Issues. Her solo exhibitions include Voice in the Blood, organized by the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, which toured to Oscar Howe Art Center in Mitchell, SD; Dakota Gallery in Sioux Falls, SD; Minnesota State University in Moorhead; Thunder Bay Art Gallery; MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina; North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck, ND; Art Gallery of Mississauga, and Wauskewin Heritage Center Art Gallery in Saskatoon. Her work is represented in the collections of the Manitoba Arts Council Art Bank, The Canada Council Visual Art Bank, the Government of Manitoba, the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Indian and Northern Affairs, the Oscar Howe Art Center, the Sioux Indian Museum and the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
2012 Synchronization with the Beyond, 1996
Milky Way Spirit Trail, 1996
The Androgynous Landscape, 1996
Sighting Cyrius and the Ammunaki Through Smoke Flags, 1996
Courtesy the Artist
Main Exhibition Site, 109 Pacific