Participants will consider the role of art and artists in the framing of historical narratives across cultures and history.
Events & Programs
Join us for an in-person tour of the museum galleries.
Former museum intern Moonoka Begay '23 discusses their exhibition "Love as Ceremony: Legacies of Two-Spirit Liberation."
Annual celebration of Indigenous fashion, creativity, expression, and design.
Artist Kent Monkman will discuss the works in "Kent Monkman: The Great Mystery," his return to abstract expressionism, and how both connect to his new book A reception will follow!
Join Alexandra Thomas, former curatorial research associate and curator of "Homecoming: Domesticity and Kinship in Global African Art," for an introductory tour.
“Ripple Effects: Water, Travel, and Exchange in Europe and the Americas"
Former museum intern Caitlyn King '24 discusses their exhibition "Connecting Threads and Woven Stories."
For children ages 4–5 and their adult companions!
For children ages 6–9 and their adult companions!