Indigenous Archives Tour | Museum of History

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1-4pm | Tour of Archives: Identifying, Reclaiming and Revitalizing Indigenous Arts and Culture.

The collections, which take up 4 kilometers of shelf space, date from the 1860s to the present and consist of Indigenous archaeological specimens, sacred items, artifacts including basketry, regalia, beaded items, musical transcriptions and more.

Participants will tour and identify works created in Indigenous communities across the Turtle Island. You may even request to see specific samples from your territory or of your art form.

Limited space, book early. This is a FREE tour and does NOT include the Indigenous Women’s Arts Conference Reception Dinner.
  • 1pm Archive Tour
  • 2pm Archive Tour
  • 3pm Archive Tour
  • Atlantic
  • basketry
  • beadwork
  • Eastern Woodland
  • Northwest
  • Plains
  • regalia
  • Subarctic
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Description

1-4pm | Tour of Archives: Identifying, Reclaiming and Revitalizing Indigenous Arts and Culture. By invitation only.

The collections, which take up 4 kilometers of shelf space, date from the 1860s to the present and consist of Indigenous archaeological specimens, sacred items, artifacts including basketry, regalia, beaded items, musical transcriptions and more.

Participants will tour and identify works created in Indigenous communities across the Turtle Island. You may even request to see specific samples from your territory or of your art form.

Limited space, book early. This is a FREE tour and does NOT include the Indigenous Women’s Arts Conference Reception Dinner.

Additional information

Times

1pm Archive Tour, 2pm Archive Tour, 3pm Archive Tour

Interest

Atlantic, basketry, beadwork, Eastern Woodland, Northwest, Plains, regalia, Subarctic