Sam Durant’s outdoor installation “Scaffold” references the US Army’s mass execution of 38 Dakota men in Minnesota in 1862.
Native Fashion Now brings together works by 67 designers and artists from the US and Canada who are melding generations-old practices and contemporary couture.
The same day that Latifa Laâbissi donned a faux-Sioux headdress at MoMA PS1, Emily Johnson created a collaborative event that championed indigenous voices and values
The Native American performance artist DeLesslin George-Warren is giving walking tours of the National Portrait Gallery’s hall of presidential portraits with a focus on the history of indigenous American populations.
ALBUQUERQUE — Students and activists at the University of New Mexico have renewed an almost 50-year-old effort to abolish colonial imagery on campus, beginning with the school’s official seal.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Most amateur historians of New York and the tri-state area are aware of the Lenape as the region’s first inhabitants.
Wednesday morning, Paris’s Drouot auction house proceeded with a contentious sale of objects sacred to the Hopi Tribe of northern Arizona.