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Radio interview at the 2018 Woodland Indian Art Show & Market, Sevenwinds Casino, Hayward, WI, July 2018 


Article: "Expert birch bark artist conducts class in Hayward" by Frank Zufall, Sawyer Co. Record, Staff Reporter, July 27, 2018


First American Art Magazine, No. 27

"Point of Contact-The Art of Quillwork, Then and Now" by Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD, Summer 2020, page 38

Star Tribune Magazine

“Porcupine quills, hand-reaped willow and hours of labor go into these woven wonders” by Laine Bergeson Becco, March 23, 2020

Mayo Clinic Proceedings-Art At Mayo Clinic, Volume 95, Issue 2, E19-E20

"The River by Pat and Gage Kruse" by Margaret R. Wentz, BA, February 1, 2020


Daily Herald-Suburban Chicago's Information Source

"A research visit turns into exhibit opportunity at Dunn Museum," Jan. 9, 2020


Lake County Journal, Jan. 1, 2020

"Dunn Museum cradle inspires Native artists' new display"

"Dunn Museum Cradle Inspires Native Artists With New Display," Dec. 27, 2019

In Brief: "Deeply Rooted Culture," Dec. 5, 2019

"Little Free Library at Smithsonian," Nov. 22, 2019


"Little Free Library Honoring Native Americans Unveiled at Smithsonian" Nov. 22, 2019


'Spiritual currency': The Ojibwe's special bond with wild rice production

by Randy Meier, FOX 9, May 12, 2019


“Native Fiber” celebrates innovations in contemporary textile art in the Great Lakes"

by Faazine, March 30, 2019

Native American Artists Honor & Provide A Contemporary Take On Their Traditions


Expert birch bark artist conducts class in Hayward

by Frank Zufall, Sawyer Co. Record, Staff Reporter, July 27, 2018

2018 Mentor Artist Fellowship

Birchbark art: then and now: Ojibwe artist Pat Kruse learns, teaches traditional ways

Published by CPN Public Information Office, Jan. 22, 2018

Native American Artist-in-Residence Pat Kruse

Minnesota Historical Society


Sacred Harvest

American Craft Council, Nov. 20, 2016

Collections up close-Minnesota Historical Society

May 4, 2016

2015 NACF Regional Artist Fellowship

Mni Sota: Reflections of Time and Place showcases the innovative nature of Native American artists whose ingenuity promotes cultural continuity

Published on Nov 2, 2011

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