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The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in New York. Open 10am to 5pm, Thursdays to 8pm; closed Dec. 25. Free. Legal:
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There's a lot of great stuff happening next month like "Adventures in Science: GeoDiscoveries—Waterways" the annual Children's Festival . What are you going to attend?
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Matt Finch Apr 24
“Transformer: Native Art in Light and Sound” - a great exhibition of projected, digital, and experimental works at
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NationalArchivesNYC Apr 24
You can see our location, the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House in this photograph (right behind the American flag). We share the space with . Come visit us in lower Manhattan
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SmithsonianLatinoCtr Apr 24
Our new collaborative exhibit “Taíno: Native Heritage and Identity in the Caribbean” opens this summer ! Explore the roots of the Taíno movement and the legacy of Native peoples throughout the Spanish-speaking Caribbean and the United States.
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 23
Replying to @walkerartcenter
co-curator of "Transformer," on view now in NY (), took part in the 's roundtable "How Can Contemporary Art Be More Inclusive of Native Voices?" last fall. If you missed it, it's worth listening to or reading:
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 23
Replying to @AmerIndianNYC
Friends of our NY museum will remember Gibson's work from "Off the Map: Landscape in the Native Imagination" (2007, ) and "Vantage Point: The Contemporary Native Art Collection" (2010–11, ). Both Gibson & Kathleen Ash-Milby,...
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 23
Congratulations to NYC-based artist (Choctaw/Cherokee, b. 1972). "Like a Hammer," a major exhibition of his recent art, will be on view at the May 13–Aug 12, 2018.
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AmericanIndianMuseum Apr 20
Today & tomorrow—Fri & Sat 4/20–21— from 10am to noon & 1 to 4pm, the museum observes an early by welcoming visitors to with artist & committed environmentalist Kathy Whitman–Elk Woman. .
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 19
Photos: A buffalo sculpture made by Kathy Whitman–Elk Woman from cut and moldeled soft drink cans. Courtesy of the artist. Caleb Behn near the Sacred Headwaters, British Columbia. © 2012 Zack Embree.
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 19
Replying to @FracturedLand
And Saturday at 2pm, the museum is screening ," followed by a discussion with , the First Nations crusader for clean air, water, and land who is the 's protagonist. Details:
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 19
Always grateful for an overall recommendation from , but we also have a few specific programs in the lead-up to : Environmentally conscious artist Kathy Whitman–Elk Woman engages in Friday & Saturday....
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 18
. in —read the preview, watch the terrific trailer embedded in the story, then save Saturday from 2 to 4 pm for the screening and a few words from First Nations environmental lawyer .
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 18
Replying to @AmerIndianNYC
Come early if you can for with designer, jewelry-maker, artist & environmentalist Kathy Whitman–Elk Woman. Kathy will be talking visitors tomorrow from 1 to 4pm. Also 5 to 7pm Thurs and 10am to noon and 1 to 4pm Friday & Saturday.
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 18
, you can still register for tomorrow afternoon's free PD workshop, "Essential Understandings: New Possibilities for Student Learning Experiences." Thurs, 4/19, 4:30-7pm at the museum in lower Manhattan. hours for taking part. See
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 17
This program is made possible by the generous support of the and is supported in part by public funds from in partnership with the . Photo: Caleb Behn at the Sacred Headwaters, British Columbia. ©2012 .
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 17
Replying to @AmerIndianNYC
yet at the same time also benefit from the tremendous amount of fossil fuels available. (Eh-Cho Dene/Dunne-Za/Cree), a young First Nations lawyer, finds himself on both sides of the argument. Discussion with Behn follows the film. Details:
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 17
Free screening Saturday, 4/21, from 2 to 4 pm at the museum in NYC—, an award-winning documentary directed by & . Resource extraction in British Columbia has reached an all-time high. Tribal communities deal with industrial encroachment,...
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 16
Replying to @AmerIndianNYC
Sculpture of a white buffalo made by Kathy Whitman–Elk Woman from cut and modeled aluminum cans. Honorable mention, sculpture, Santa Fe Indian Market 2012.
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 16
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"I want to inspire people to reuse, reduce & recycle as well as being proactive in taking care of the sacred Mother Earth... so that there will always be clean water to drink, fresh air to breath, nutritious food to eat and nonpolluting ways to create energy." —Whitman–Elk Woman
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Apr 16
This Thurs, Fri & Sat, in honor of , artist & designer Kathy Whitman–Elk Woman (Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara) discusses using recycled aluminum cans and plastics to create jewelry and sculpture. Gallery Conversations at the museum in NYC. Details:
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