For Native American Heritage Month, the Native Cinema Showcase includes over 35 free online screenings representing 30 Indigenous Nations in eight different countries.
Russel Albert Daniels, Tailyr Irvine, and Donovan Quintero provide insights into contemporary Native life in this New York City exhibition.
The National Museum of the American Indian’s exhibition Native New York wants to change how visitors see Native people and New York State.
Contemporary Black-Indigenous women artists Rodslen Brown, Joelle Joyner, Moira Pernambuco, Paige Pettibon, Monica Rickert-Bolter, and Storme Webber are featured in this digital exhibition.
This exhibition at the museum’s New York City location introduces new generations to one of the 20th century’s most innovative Native American painters.
After watching this film about Indigenous women’s influence on the early US women’s rights movement, viewers can check out a panel with the director and subjects.
The annual event from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian celebrates the best in Native film. 47 titles are available to stream starting November 12.
Photojournalist Donovan Quintero’s photo essay is the third installment in the online exhibition series Developing Stories: Native Photographers in the Field.
The online festival explores sustainability and innovation in Indigenous agriculture with Native American films, business representatives, and youth leaders.
For Native American Heritage Month, the Native Cinema Showcase includes over 60 free online screenings representing 49 Native Nations in 12 different countries.