Drop in this summer to see "Dancing for My Tribe," an exhibit of dramatic, large-format photographic portraits of Potawatomi Indians in their modern dance regalia. It is the story of a modern people who live in a world of sewing machines, duct tape, and acrylics. They incorporate their favorite sports teams, their service to our country, and heirloom pieces from their ancestors into their regalia. The photographs reflect the personal stories of Potawatomi people today. The photographer, Sharon Hoogstraten, is a Chicago resident and a descendant of the Ouilmette family after whom the village of Wilmette is named. Her photographs are on exhibit through September 17, 2018.