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Presentation: Anishinaabe and Dakota works from the collection of the National Museum of the American Indian

 

Sisitonwan Dakota, Table Cloth (detail), 1900-1910, National Museum of the American Indian, 120814

Sisitonwan Dakota, Table Cloth (detail), 1900-1910, National Museum of the American Indian, 120814

With the largest collection of Native American items in the world, the National Museum of the American Indian works directly with Native communities on its exhibitions, programs, and educational materials. It also utilizes a number of resources when researching objects in its collection.

Joe D. Horse Capture, Associate Curator of the Collections Research and Documentation department at the National Museum of the American Indian-Smithsonian Institution, will give a two hour presentation at the All My Relations Gallery that will feature the highlights of the Anishinaabe and Dakota collections at NMAI.

Through this presentation, Horse Capture welcomes input from the Minneapolis Native American community on the works presented in hopes to further their understanding and importance.

Please join us to welcome NMAI curator, Joe Horse Capture, view images of the amazing Dakota and Ojibwe works in the NMAI collection, and participate in dialogue around the works.

Thursday Sept. 18th, 2014  6:00-8:00pm 

Free and open to the public

Light refreshments will be provided

All My Relations Gallery 
1414 E. Franklin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 235-4970
www.allmyrelationsarts.com
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