Melanie Sainz (Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin) is a visual and performance artist, cultural arts presenter and social justice advocate. She currently holds the title of Executive Director of Little Eagle Arts Foundation, an incubator for new and emerging Native artists that promotes the arts, creativity and community. Melanie held the title of Miss Indian America XXVI in 1980, and received her BFA and post-graduate coursework in Art Education from Arizona State University, with a Minority Business certificate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her art has received awards at the University of Wisconsin, The Heard Museum, William King Regional Arts Center, Southern Highland Craft Guild, American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery and The Eiteljorg Museum. Her work is dedicated to the human virtues of physical, mental, spiritual and emotional balance and encourages others to live in harmony with all living things.
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Our goal on this international giving day is to raise $25,000 for our resilience-building art activities. Will you help us reach our goal? Your support allows us to continue providing children in our community the opportunity to express themselves artistically and learn coping skills.
We are also excited to announce that we have received an incredibly generous dollar-for-dollar match up to $15,000! With this generous match, and when we achieve our goal, we will have made $40,000. Make your gift early, and have that amount doubled, through this match!