Protection: Adaptation and Resistance
We are excited to announce the arrival of the nationally touring exhibition, Protection: Adaptation and Resistance at the Center for Native Arts and Cultures (the Center).
Exhibit Hours: 4pm – 7pm Fridays through August 4th.
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We are forever grateful to the Native nations and tribes, foundations, nonprofits, businesses, and individuals who have so generously enabled the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation to provide the following assistance:
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Native artists and organizations
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I was taught that our arts carry the spirit of the people. It is through art that we know ourselves. It’s through art into the world and it is through art cultures will be remembered.
– Joy Harjo (Mvskoke) NACF Board Chair & U.S. Poet Laureate
NEWS, UPDATES & EVENTS
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