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The Native New York exhibition journeys through city and state to explore the question What makes New York a Native place? . This exhibition encompasses 12 places in present-day New York, introducing visitors to the Native nations that call the region home. Credit: Courtesy C&G Partners, exhibit designers.
The exhibition Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian features around 700 works of Indigenous art from throughout North, Central, and South America demonstrating the richness of the museum s collection and highlighting the historic importance of many of these iconic objects. Photo by David Sundberg.
Sunflowers are a common crop among Indigenous nations throughout North America. Not only used as a food source; the sunflower design is used to create beautiful beadwork. Beadwork is a form of decoration and adornment that honors and shows respect for individuals, natural resources, and objects. Today, it continues to be a valuable form of Native expression and artistic skill. Create your own sunflower chain bracelet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rs3PA6CRQM4