The exhibit was set up in the library at the school, which is located centrally near the hallway. Many students and faculty slowed down to see what the Art Mobile was and to see the art displayed. We had one presentation with students whom Kristen pulled from other classes and her art class. The Plains students were a great audience. We started by sharing why we make art. One student mentioned that she makes art to help her with stress. After we talked about why we make art, students took the time to check out the entire exhibit. There were two community members from the Plains Art Council who came to see the exhibit. They joined the students in walking through the exhibit. After we took the time to see the art up close, students asked me questions about the artwork. The Native pieces were big favorites. One student mentioned that he was Blackfeet and had an artwork that looked like Ernest Marceau’s painting. He said he would go home and check to see if it was the same artist. Another student loved Maggy Hiltner’s, Familiar Faces: Hand Me down Blues. She was impressed that it was entirely sewn and didn’t expect that kind of medium in an art exhibit.