Ongoing: Authenticity in American Indian art can pose uncomfortable questions, but like all artists, Indians freely choose and adapt their styles to their own cultural goals. "The Hopeman Family Collection: A Survey of Native American Art from 1950s-2000s" samples the conventionally tutored to breakaway talents. Highlights include illustrational and folkloric paintings associated with the Santa Fe Studio School, lively decorative depictions of rituals and ceremonies from the "Kiowa Five" artists and the more individualistic and sometimes ironic images of such popular figures as Fritz Scholder, R.C. Gorman, Alan Houser, John Nieto and Kevin Red Star, whose "Yellow Mule" lithograph from 1980 is shown here. (Through July 22, free. All My Relations Gallery, 1414 E. Franklin Av., Mpls. 612-235-4970.)