The Museum of Native American History (MONAH) is proud to present Mary Lee for another installment of Creative Visions to be held Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 5:30 PM. Lee will lead participants through weaving a small double-wall basket which is essentially, a basket within a basket.
MONAH is honored to host Matriarch as part of our Native Conversations Series, SATURDAY, May 11 at 5:00 PM. 4 out of 5 Native Women are impacted by violence today.(1) Join us as we honor and raise awareness missing and murdered indigenous women. More details coming soon!
Matriarch promotes the social welfare of Native women through education, community building, and direct services to create positive change within our communities.
"CSVANW - Coalition to STOP Violence Against Women." CSVANW Coalition to STOP Violence Against Women. Accessed April 02, 2019. https://www.csvanw.org/mmiw/.
MONAH is excited to welcome back Gerald Torres and Walter Echo-Hawk for a special Earth Guardian edition of Native Conversations. Torres and Echo-Hawk have each enjoyed long and distinguished careers in law. More details coming soon.
Join MONAH as we welcome back Caitlin Ahrens for another Native Conversations workshop, Saturday, March 9 at 5:30 PM.
CANCELED: Join us at MONAH for another exciting installment of our Native Conversations, SATURDAY, February 23, at 6:00 PM. Kiowa artist Travis Mammedaty will explore the history, culture, and protocol of songs for use in powwows.
Join Dr. Gagnon as he describes the seminal place of stories in American Indian cultures. Touching on the major categories of stories and offering examples from traditional times as well as contemporary renditions.
Artwork by Donald Grant, “Spider Spins a Story,” edited by Jill Max.
Join MONAH for another installment of Native Conversations! KUAF’s Pluto Manager Caitlin Ahrens will delve into the fascination of constellations, the mixture of cultural stories, and exciting astronomical events.