Healing Through Native Creativity
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This year, on its 15th anniversary, the museum’s Native Art Market is coming to people’s homes. In this virtual program, 15 Native American artists and artisans from earlier Native Art Markets share the stories of their art and new works that reflect this unprecedented time. Through the beauty and solemnity of their creative pieces, these artists, who represent 18 Indigenous communities, encourage people to look forward to a future of healing and social justice.
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